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Yeshíva University High School for Girls 
of Manhattan 

462 West 58 Street 
New York, N. Y. 



Yeshîva University High Schools 



ADMINISTRATION 




Dr. Samuel Belkin, President, Yeshiva University 




Charles H. Bendheim, Chairman, 
Board of Directors 




Rabbi Dr. Abraham N. ZurofF, Supervisor 





Samuel Levine, Executive Director 



Sheldon Socol, Director, Student Finances 



Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Brooklyn 

Rabbi Dr. Abraham N. Zuroff, Principal 

Yeshiva University High School for Boys of Manhattan 

Rabbi David L. Weinbach, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Manhattan 

Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Martin Lilker, Administrator 

Yeshiva University High School for Girls of Brooklyn 

Dr. Isaac Lewin, Principal, Jewish Studies Department 
Alvin Kamber, Administrator 




Dear Graduates : 

I am happy to congratulate you and to welcome 
you into the ranks of those who completed their 
course of study in our high school. Our history is 
filled with Jewish women who have played impor- 
tant roles in our tradition. To them has been 
entrusted the most important tasks in the perpetu- 
ation of our people; the early education of the 
young and the founding of the Jewish home. In 
essence therefore, they have been most instrumental 
in serving as the connecting link between genera- 
tion and generation. 

Our contemporary times certainly require ethical, 
spiritual and religious rearming. The problems of 
Jewish education, home life and religious observ- 
ance are certainly more complicated. You who 
have received the comprehensive training of our 
school have the necessary weapons to combat the 
dangerous conditions of today. We t'-ust that you 
will, by actions and thoughts, become worthy of the 
task assigned to you and that we will always be 
proud of your achievements in the totality of the 
American Jewish community. 

Martin Lilker 
Administrator 



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The Senior class of '67 gratefully dedicates its yearbook to Mrs. Eleanor Levin- 
son. Introducing us to a world of art so new to most of us, she opened our eyes to 
the beauty of the life around us. Her class was an oasis; one in which we could 
express ourselves both artistically and verbally. Teaching us to use our imaginations, 
to be creative and original, Mrs. Levinson had a great influence in molding our 
personalities and characters. Stimulating us to use our minds as well as our hands, 
she helped us take the first step toward true creativity. 

Because she was indeed sincere in her efforts to make cultured young ladies of 
us, Mrs. Levinson did not confine herself to the artroom. Going far and beyond the 
call of duty, she worked to bring concerts to our doorstep so we could benefit from 
the beauty of music as well as of art. 

To display our femininity and charm and to help us develop a taste for the 
chic, Mrs. Levinson presented us with a fashion show each year. Added to being 
self-improving, they were a source of enjoyment to us all. 

For doing all this, for really loving the girls as she does, for sincerely caring 
about what we do and who we are, for being the warm, wonderful woman that she 
is — we thank her. 




LIBRARY 

YESHivA umm н. s. for mris 

462 WEST E8TH STREET 

NEW YORK, N. Y. 



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Ass't Literary Editor: 

Adinah Chamer 





Literary Editor: 

Vivian Young 



Hebrew Editor: 

Bella Hass 



Business Managers 

Emilie Klein 

Deena Stein 
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Ass't Hebrew Editor: 
Penina Besdin 



Photography Editor: 

Susan Lampert 
Ass't Photography Editor: 

Esta Cohen 



Hebrew Advisor: 

Mr. A. Steif 
Literary Advisor: 

Mr. P. Pearl 
Art Advisor: 

Mrs. E. Levinson 




'CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN" 



On a bright day in March it was decreed: 
our theme would be "Through the Looking 
Glass," and ever since, the whole yearbook staff 
has been seeing things a little inside out. All 
famous personalities were abandoned in favor of 
your friend and mine — Alice in Wonderland. 

"This is going to be the best year book we 
have ever had." So said Esther, our dynamic and 
selfless editor-in-chief. Proceeding to put her 
words into action, she set a driving pace and 
thanks to her fortitude and perseverance our 
yearbook was ready in record time — only two 
extensions. 

Esther's "furst" lady, Malkie, has been an 
invaluable Gal Friday and the most marvelous 
assistant a yearbook editor ever had. Kudos to 
Schleif and Sharon, who must have drunk some 
of Alice's potion enabling them to produce their 
terrific artwork. Seurat, Sisley say you? Sorry, 
Schleif and Sharon say we. Literary world, pre- 
pare — we are letting Viv and Dini loose on you. 
And not only do they have the best literary 



minds of the century, they are also capable of 
censoring their own work. Our special thanks 
go to Cynthia for withstanding the onslaught of 
76 biographies. No one but Cynthia could have 
made such marvelous people out of 76 neurotics! 
Bella and Penny have made our Hebrew section 
one which we guarantee will be enjoyable as 
well as informative. Just keep one thing in mind 
— it's what's up front that counts. Although 
tears have been as frequent as smiles when see- 
ing our candids, Susie and Esta win first prize 
for catching us in the act of being "ourselves." 
Please save your last burst of applause for Stein 
& Klein Incorporated, who after literally schlep- 
ping evei7 rent out of us, have managed to 
retain a few friends among the Senior class. 

And now that you have met us all, we would 
like to tip-toe quietly out, sofdy repeating the 
only question to trouble our minds since we 
began working on our beloved yearbook months 
ago — is it true that mirrors bring seven years of 
bad luck? 



Biographers: Cynthia Singer, Head. Committee: Adinah Charner, Shifra Kahan, Ziporah Weinfeld, Vivian Young. 
Aides: Estelle Faber, Shoshana Gershinsky, Beverly Goldsmith, Monica Grabie, Hannah Huberland, Felice Kahn, 
Miriam Panush, Sandy Saperstein, Miriam Weiss. 



Historians: Adinah Charner, Vivian Young. 






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ENGLISH 




'"^ Miss Rabinowitz 



Mrs. Scheinfeld 





Miss Laffargue 



Mr. Pearl 



> Dr. Pascal 



Mrs. Buxbaum 



Mrs. Green 



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FACULTY 




Mrs. AranoEf 



Miss Kelman 



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HEBREW FACULTY 




Rabbi Shkop 



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Here Today . . . 




Honorable Mention: 
Mrs. Brenda Felman 



. . . Gone Tomorrow 



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GENERAL STAFF 




Mrs. s. Rabinowitz 



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THE ELCHANET STAFF 
WOULD LIKE TO THANK 

Mrs. E. Levinson 
Mr. P. Pearl 
Rabhi H. Perlman 
Mr. A. Steif 

for the time and effort which they 

have freely and patiently given 

towards the completion of 

the Elchanet 

The 76 of '67 



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"You have a house in your tree? Oh, a tree in your house is it? And Sari 
tried to prove it to us all Vifhen she sponsored that "illegal" Monsey week- 
end. She is the only girl who, living in that fair town, still manages to 
have a Brooklyn accent. Despite all that travelling, and being weighted 
down by a big burlap sack, Sari bubbles over with life. Her performance as 
Gretel was only one of the ways in which she made her presence felt and 
appreciated by us all. 

"Sound of Music" ; Cheerleader; Director, Competitive Assembly; Costumes 
and Props, "Kiss Me Kate"; Photographer, Courier. 



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HANNAH ABRAHAM 



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А visit to China made Hannah travel oriented from an early age. She has 
employed every means of transportation in her cruising about, but main- 
tains that nothing beats a motorcycle. Hannah may have discovered a 
double of herself but no one can match her talents. She has utilized her 
creativity as set designer for "Brigadoon" and as our newspaper cartoonist. 
Sporting jewelry of her own making, Hannah has proven that flour flowers 
with a little water and newspaper. 

Choir; Art Editor, Literary Magazine; Art Editor, Courier; Class Treasurer; 
Scenery Committees. 





NEZAH BERGER 



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Nezah may deserve a Most Mispronounced Name Award, but by now all 
teachers know Berger is a whiz in History and an expert in Who's Who in 
Current Events. Sitting way up front every odd-numbered term, Nezah has 
learned that reading Delaney cards is a useful talent, too. Is it true that 
vegetable-lovers have more fun? Perhaps not, but they certainly have lovely 
figures. Nezah is a truly original gift giver . . . who else would think of 
sending a pig for a friend's birthday? 

Booster; Checkers and Chess; Class Vice-President; Scenery Committees; 
Class Play. 



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Who hides behind Mall<ic every Rosh Chodesh? Who is forever growing her 
hair without changing its length? Who is the nemesis of every roller com- 
pany in the world? Yes, it is our illustrious Arista president. One cannot 
write about Penny without mentioning how highly respected she is by all 
who know her. Her talent for organization manifested itself in one of our 
most enjoyable assemblies, the ."Miyah initiation. A ruthless crusader against 
Communism, Penny still manages to keep her dauntless smile. Is that what 
makes Mr. Steif so mellow? 



President. Arista; 
ball Team. 



Class Debater; Hamevaser ; Director, Class Play; Volley- 





HINDY BORNSTEIN 



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A fugitive from Central's rival, Hindy fled to the Haven of Y.U. and has 
been a welcome prisoner ever since. We do let her out occasionally so she 
can visit her home, which other people call the Thirty-Fourth Street shop- 
ping center. When in need of a more peaceful atmosphere, Hindy climbs the 
stairs to her room — black wall with white polka-dots and bright red rug. 
Consequently, Hindy is a very excitable person, but her fervor benefited 
our class as she led the crusade to put Central girls in the driver's seat. 

Hindy has done so much, we just can't begin to list all her activities. 



'*■• *■ BRACHA BRONNER 



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An authority on scuba-diving, Bracha will gladly fill you in on the latest 
in ap par a tus. She is a prolific speaker, and teachers are held in constant 
terror of her frequent questions. Always well prepared, she is, however, 
unable to divulge her knowledge unless the "perek" has really been as- 
signed. Bracha's eagerness extends to the history class where her extensive 
reading has stood her in good stead. Perhaps this is why Rabbi Perlman 
has only the biggest comphments for her. 

Debater; Debating Manager; G. O. Alternate; Big Sister; Scenery Com- 
mittees. 





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Among the good things in this small package are wit, courage, and great 
thoughtfulness. Many of Dini's lunch periods have been spent in the office 
as she valiantly battles Sir Awe Inspiring for more privileges for the student 
body. Her fearlessness was also evident in the fascinating bio assignments 
she submitted. Between serving as hostess to High School Bowl team mem- 
bers and running barefoot in the rain, her spare minutes are few, yet she 
always manages to find enough time to whip up a birthday cake for each 
of her friends. 

President, CO.; Assistant Uti-rary Editor, Elchanet; Arista; Mascot, Basket- 
ball Team; School Debating Team. 



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ESTA COHEN 



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A firm believer in bringing baseball into the classroom, this camera-totjng 
Bronxite had the luck of being elected president of her class, thus entitling 
her to the "coveted" position of "Mrs. Faerber's favorite victim." As a 
veteran of the school's volleyball team, Esta has found the perfect answer 
to Weight Watchers ; .^pres-lunch volleyball games Esta is a real swinger 
whether fishing, playing polo, or dancing in the rain, and she has even hit 
upon an orthographical scheme for making her first name original. 



Class President; Senior Council; Assistant Photography Edit 
Volleyball Team; Big Sister. 



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It seemed a pity to put Rise's beautiful, straight hair into Lulu curls, so 
everyone was very relieved to find out that those weren't curls at all. Rise 
just hadn't combed her hair that morning. Shunning T.A. (the underground 
one, that is), Rise cycled to school during the strike, which gave us all a 
rise. After surmounting the difficulties of pronouncing Rise's name, most 
teachers pat themselves on the back and tell Esta she doesn't look a bit 
like her fun-loving twin. 

Class Plays; Scenery Committees; G.O. Alternate; Choir; Big Sister. 



fV^ тДвк FRANCES DIENSTAG 

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Though few teachers have the rare privilege of seeing Frannie's face, they 
quickly discover that the sleepy head leaning on the desk contains a wealth 
of knowledge. Mr. Steif's Girl Friday (or is it Sunday?) is founder and 
president of the Late Queens Country Club, and is a firm believer in re- 
laxation except during the twelve hours preceding an exam. Our reluctant 
genius is an aspiring doctor, and can be seen performing delicate surgery 
on oranges during Chumash. Is that her substitute for "P're Etz Hadas?" 

Arista; Class President; Class Vice President; Class Treasurer; Volleyball 
Team. 





ESTHER EHRMAN 

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Esther believes in getting the most out of her vacations and returns each 
September with a tan worthy of those "Come on down" commercials. Her 
residence on Manhattan's West Side entitles her to the congenial chaperon- 
age of a school V.I. P., which makes for a very interesting trip to school 
each morning. Possessing an acute sense of direction, Esther managed to 
find her way out of one Hebrew class after only a day's stop-over and en- 
countered only slight difficulty in locating the Mississippi River in History. 

Big Sister; Choir; Class Play; Scenery Committees. 



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ESTELLE FABER 



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'Tis she, the Pied Piper of Central, whose flute-tooting, accompanied by 
"Hiya, Toots!" leads Bach as well as her classmates to distraction. Stelly 
had to face the music, however, when she made an alarming exit from the 
library. Possessed of a most entertaining sense of humor. Estelle has still 
managed to stay in the good graces of her teachers. She reflected the 
majority's opinion when she showed the dancers from Wild Rose that there 
can be too much of a good thing, and for this we are eternally grateful. 

Band; Arista; Class President; Class Debater; Boosters. 




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BETH FEINERMAN 



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It seems incredible that someone as sweet-faced as Beth would be the bearer 
of the Purple Cabbage Menace. But she also has some tamer snacks, such 
as eating raisins in the sun. Naturally, someone with eating habits as varied 
as these is bound to get a little confused. Imagine a B'nei Akivanik in 
Morasha! Nevertheless, when finals drew near, Rav Metzger and class 
knew where to turn to discover what in the world had been taught that 
term. Beth's classmates, though, wish her memory were not quite so accurate. 

Dancer, Brigadoon; Booster; Choir; Class Secretary; Big Sister. 



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SHIRLEY FELDGREBER 



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The picture of a perfect secretary — G.O. secretary, that is — Shirley is tall, 
blond and efficient. Don't let that serene exterior fool you though, for it 
was she who devised the scheme for an original Arista initiation. (Mop up 
Fifth Avenue with toothbrushes, did you say?) Shirley's flair for dramatics 
was the inspiration for Central's first successful Dramatics Club. Despite her 
super-abundance of activities and low resistance to just about everything, 
she manages to attend school three or four times a week and we're all the 
luckier for it. 

Secretary, CO.; Head, Drama Club; School Debating Team; "Brigadoon"; 
Arista. 





JUDITH FRANKEL 



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To Judy, happiness is a year in Israel. The poor outcast of the Spanish class, 
she was forced to live in isolation, the only Spanish student in an all French 
class. Despite the language barrier, Judy managed to make herself right at 
home. One of our class mysteries is when Judy eats lunch, since she spends 
every lunch period in the library. Judy, we realize books are food for 
thought, but how about some carrots? 

Volleyball Team; Librarian; Choir; Big Sister; Scenery Committees. 



7-1 t ят Щ^ SHEILA FRANKEL 



Residing only twelve blocks from the Black and the Green may have 
aroused Sheila's interest in color, for lately she has been seen, formidable 
paintbrush in hand, splashing the Art room with the entire spectrum. Don't 
let her proximity fool you, though, for getting to Sheila's house isn't as 
easy as it seems, as all those who have taken a joyride in her elevator can 
tell you. Sheila is a soft-spoken B'nei Akivanik, which is a wonder in itself. 
An amateur fashion designer, her sketches offer evidence of potential com- 
petition for Dior and Givenchy. 

Chanukah Chagiga Committee; Big Sister; Choir; Artistic Contributions 
Committee; Scenery Committees. 





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MALKA FURST 

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Add a pinch of garden fresh peppers to half ownership of a backscratcher, 
subtract one lost Israeli "Iton", and multiply by the speed with which she 
crochets a yarmulka. Now what could you possibly get but Malkie? Al- 
though she is a whiz in math, as captain she has yet to figure out how to 
raise the High School Bowl Team's score. A spunky and spirited leader, 
Malkie is the perennial class president who can "fast-talk" her way out of 
or into any problem. 

Arista; Class President; Volleyball Team; Dancing, "Brigadoon" ; Assistant 
Editor, Elchanet. 



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LINDA GALIN 



Smile, you're in Galin country. Be prepared to see a few windows go sail- 
ing by and don't be surprised at an exposé of Camp Bnos kitchen 'cause 
it's all in fun, the way only Linda can do it. The bounciest twanger of the 
Rubberbands may set a new trend with her official Esther Schoenfeld gym 
outfit, and her enthusiastic waving at her imaginary passersby during class, 
has caused at least one Ivrit teacher to doubt his sanity. But it's Galin's 
ruach of swingin' "frumkeit" that always seems to save the day and makes 
her one of the most lovable girls to have around. 

Arista; Band; Class Plays; Class Vice President; Class Treasurer. 





SHARON GELLER 



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Tests are hardly worth the effort, thinks Sharon. It's in Scholarship Exams 
that the fun and profit lie. As Mrs. Levinson's confidante, Sharon lives in 
the Art room where she can work on her masterpieces and a few crocheted 
yarmulkas in between. The inevitable "Yiddishe mama" of every class play 
is also one of the modern Olim, having been to Israel and decided that it 
is to be her future home. An ardent reader of Mad Magazine, Sharon has 
adopted that famous motto "What, me worry?" as her own — with great 
success. 

Art Editor, Elchanet; Make-Up and Scenery, School Productions; Class 
Plays; Class Debater; Chairman, Scenery Committees. 



^^3 *ir^^U SHOSHANA GERSHINSKY 

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Many girls are active, but only Shonny has actually majored in extra-cur- 
ricular activities at Central. All stand in awe of her nothing-less-than- 
brilliant-spur-of-the-moment rebuttals whether it concerns debating or our 
school newspaper. Her sunglasses have protected her hair from the sun's 
harsh rays, but what can protect the office from Shonny? "Have clipboard, 
will travel" is her motto, and Shonny is sure to go far. 

Co-Editor-in-Chief, Courier; School Debating Team; Chairman, Big Sister 
Program; Dance Festival; Oratorical Contest. 





BEVERLY GOLDSMITH 



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Bev's joy in conversing is evidenced by her staggering phone bill. A sharp 
operator, she maintains friendly relations with all five boroughs and is al- 
ways ready to offer sound advice free of charge. She also possesses the rare 
talent of being a good listener and is sincerely interested in understanding 
the reasons behind every issue. Bev's interest in the literary field encom- 
passes original poetry, and although "Baby, baby, stick your head in gravy" 
is one of her favorite refrains, her musical discernment extends far beyond 
that 



Class Plays; Class Vice President; Class Treasurer 
grapher. 



Big Sister; Class Bio- 



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PHYLLIS GOLDSTEIN 



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Phyllis may be a pace setter in many ways but her preference for daddy 
shirts as school attire was one trend Mr. Lilker wouldn't follow. Dr. Pascal's 
water girl enjoys philosophical discussions and her search for the why's of 
every issue have made her a star reporter for the Courier. She's an enthusi- 
astic supporter of all worthy causes, and a loyal Queensite whose motto 
seems to be "Sunnyside up!" Phyllis has her own Boston fan club and a 
great many New York admirers too. 

Editor, Courier; Chairman, Boosters; Class Plays. 





ANNA GOLDWASSER 



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VVhile most of us simply came to Central, Anna arrived — late, but she ar- 
rived. Yet she is an early bird in all sorts of innovations: a school band, a 
literary magazine, artistic earrings. .Anna is always asking "why?" "Why, 
for instance, docs the map of Israel look like a Shemesh?" And we are 
always asking how she maintains her continuous originality, from imagina- 
tive thinking to creative doing. 



Editor, Newspaper; Editor 
Team; School Productions. 



Literary Magazine; Band Leader; Basketball 



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MONICA GRABIE 



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Queens' most welcome addition is a very versatile girl. Under the tempestu- 
ous tutelage of a concert pianist, Monica is fast becoming an accomplished 
musician, and her dexterous hands have also whipped up a host of lovely 
costumes for our school productions. A dauntless student, she braved the 
blizzard of '67 only to find the school quite deserted. All w4s not in vain 
however, for her efforts earned her an exclusive interview with the Abom- 
inable Snowman. 

Arista; Class President; Chairman, Costume Committee, "Sound of Music"; 
Debater; Hamevaser. 




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MARGIE GREEN 






Gym hasn't been the same since Margie's been around, and her first-handed 
report on a bull's last night out added a totally new dimension to bull- 
fighting. A firm believer in the theory that teachers are most interesting 
after class, she has provided many a chapter for Dr. Jofen's "forthcoming" 
book. Armed with a ready smile, two cute dimples and an ever-replenishing 
container of aspirin, Margie is sure to become the great nurse she aspires 
to be. 

Class Secretary; Choir; Class Plays; Courier; Oratorical Contest. 



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ESTHER GRUENSPECHT 



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The disappearance of Esther's Delaney card from Mrs. Levinson's roll 
book served as an incentive for Gruny's "active" role in elective art. Al- 
though art is not her forte, languages certainly are. and she is one of Dr. 
Pascal's prize Spanish students. Sporting a shiny slicker that would make 
even the coolest English model take notice, Esther wowed us as the manne- 
quin of our fashion show. Do you think "fleishig" lunches are the secret 
to her success? If so, Rabbi Metzger must be a vegetarian. 

Arista; Big Sister; Class President; Fashion Show; Props Committee. 





DORIT GUMPERTZ Jl7 t * T 



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The early bird catches the worm but it's the latecomer who catches it from 
Him. Dorit's expertise at Israeli dancing is evident to anyone who watched 
her performances in dance festivals or during lunch periods. She's also the 
great organizer of our Queens weekend who somehow managed to find 
"spacious" accommodations for seventy-six Seniors. A globe-trotting Sabra 
who's sampled Israel and Switzerland, Dorit still longs to travel, and we're 
sure she'd be heartily welcomed in any country. 

Big Sister; Class Treasurer; Costume Committee; Leader, Dance Group and 
Dance Festival; Dancer, "Brigadoon." 



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Contact lenses may be fine for others, but the way Rae sees it, nothing beats 
paneless glasses. A professional escape artist, this prestidigitator has gotten 
out of more scrapes than anyone else we know of and looks none the worse 
for her efforts. Deciding that basketball was too strenuous, Rae turned to 
a more vocal task and led the boosters in "uniformless" encouragement. Our 
only truly conservative politician, her viewpoint has caused Mrs. Faerber 
quite a bit of aggravation. 

Class President; Basketball Team; Chairman, Boosters; Class Plays; Big 
Sister. 





BELLA HASS 



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Constantly unnerving teachers with that cheery smile (how can a Central 
girl be that happy?), Bella launched her high school musical career by 
playing make-believe bongos in English and graduating to the cymbals in 
the school band. The shining star of our school production, she could plaster 
an entire wall with her various honor certificates and Steif-approved Chagim 
posters. To teachers and classmates alike, it's obvious that this intrepid 
Hebrew Editor of our Yearbook is someone special right down to her famous 
fingertips. 

Arista; Fashion Show; Head, Chagim Poster Committee: Hebrew Editor, 
Elchanet; "Sound of Music." 



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ROCHELLE HECHT 



With contacts and Sassoon cut, Shelley is the perfect advertisement for the 
modern girl. A devoted football fan, unless it's the baseball season, she can 
always supply us with the latest scores and newly set records. As a proud 
aunt, she also supplies us with the latest scores and newly set records. In her 
extensive travels, Shelley has seen much of upper Manhattan and the Bronx. 
Naturally, a girl with such vast experiences has opinions on most subjects, 
which prove a delight in any discussion. 

Class Vice President; Big Sister; Class Plays; Class Secretary. 




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MIRIAM HERZBERG 



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That enigmatic smile is the trademark of Central's own Mona Lisa. A very 
hep Mona Lisa she is. Curiosity about the world around her leads to 
Miriam's eager perusal of the N. Y. Times, especially during literature class. 
It is the other courses that inspire her to write for our Literary Magazine. 
Her talent is augmented by frequent attendance at poetr>' readings and her 
soulful dark eyes are windows to a sensitive soul. 

Class Debater; Literary Magazine; Costume Committee, School Production. 



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After a long overdue battle against her dauntless tonsils, Brenda emerged 
victorious. Even before the Ian Fleming craze, she became Miss Richard's 
"Hirschfinger" and her adventures in Steno make James Bond look pale 
by comparison. Always ready with a new "pshat" on Rashi or football, 
Brenda even added a dramatic touch to history by appointing George Hamil- 
ton as our first Secretary of the Treasury. 

Big Sister; Chorus, "Oklahoma" ; Costume Committee, "Sound of Music"; 
Librarian. 





HELEN HONIG 






Openly flaunting the Mann-Elkins Act, Helen maintains a monopoly over 
the lounge telephones. She's a natural blonde, naturally, whose sparkling 
eyes are appreciated by everyone but the Gimbels photographer, who un- 
fortunately never got a chance to see them. Not content with reading dusty 
old volumes, this demure librarian prefers to unfold her own daily dramas 
with Rabbi Perlman — but make no mistake for she's only stalling for time. 
Helen has a host of admirers which proves that there must be some truth 
to that ancient Yiddish proverb "Vu Honig, dort fligin." 

Choir; Class Plays; Head, Fashion Show; Librarian; Scenery Committees. 



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LINDA HORWITZ 



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Linda doesn't mind wearing stunning new outfits to school every day, but 
she prefers to save her voice for better things. This conversation conservation 
policy is very wise indeed, for her rare remarks are all the more appreciated 
by our teachers and her saved-up comments provide much enjovment for 
her many friends. Home base to Linda is only a car pool away but her raven 
hair and dark poetic eyes make exotic Lidia seem a more likely origin. At 
any rate, this ingenue's good looks are a welcome sight in every class. 

Class President; CO. Alternate; Boosters; Big Sister; Scenery Committees. 





HANNAH HUBERLAND 



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Fortunately, Hubie's locks have never surrendered to the Sassoon-look, for 
aside from being attractive, they are often utilized as an interesting class- 
room diversion. Always up on the latest news, Hubic finds Ivrit class to be 
the best time for giving the Times a quick once-over, but her complete at- 
tention in Rabbi Eliezri's class is well known to all. An aspiring physicist, 
Hubie helped Mr, Rathman discover that H" is the formula of a truly de- 
lightful girl. 



Class Secretary, 
Debater. 



Dance Festival; School Production; Class Plays; Class 



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SELMA HUHNENBERG 



Awarded the venerable position of "grandfather of the senior class" by Dr. 
Pascal, Selma was sporting granny glasses long before the fad came into 
existence. Mr. Cohen's favorite penseur has written many philosophical 
compositions which are marked by their keen insight, wry humor and plain 
common sense. Recently though, she's turned to other forms of creative 
writing and will long be remembered for her "Ode to a Goop," a treatise 
on "How to Succeed in Central Without Really Trying" and her essay 
branding President Cleveland as a cheapskate. 

Big Sister; Librarian; Food Committee; Scenery Committee. 




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The girl responsible for the transformation of the school's walls into Kahan 
Galleries is also a highly original and very amusing writer. Her talents have 
won her the admiration of all her classmates — plus a lost weekend to a 
famous resort and enough candy to turn anyone but Shifra into a very 
obese contest winner. She always seems to be the most logical candidate for 
any tough job and the oratorical contests are no exception. Whether re- 
counting the perils of Shloime Nebish, or getting lost in outer space, good 
old Shifra is always a hit, 

Secretary-Treasurer, Arista; Assistant Editor, Hamevaser ; Basketball Team; 
Class Debater ; Biographer, Elchanet. 



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FELICE KAHN 



Felice's hoola-hoop-sized earrings, op-art pocketbooks and chic clothing 
make more than the walls turn green with envy. Her outspoken comments 
on any topic have enlivened many an otherwise dull class, and her sotto- 
voiced remarks have made one teacher in particular wonder what about 
Macbeth inspired uncontrolled laughter in the far side of the room. A truly 
zany Centralite, Felice's appetite nearly deprived her "little sister" of a 
picnic lunch. However, her vivacious personality won over even that hungry 
freshman, as it did us all. 

Class Vice President; Class Treasurer; Scenery Committee; Fashion Show; 
Reporter, Courier. 





EMILIE KLEIN 1S^P*3J*^ 

This little dynamo began generating fun right off the bat and became our 
first "callah" before the freshman year was out. Central's answer to Mr. 
Kenneth, Emilie has cropped the top of many a "shatz", and her talents 
have topped off our school production, too. The first to spot the danger of 
a Communist take-over of California (in 1850), our Business Manager has 
solved many of our financial woes with her Midas touch, and as unofficial 
representative of that famous candy company, Emilie has always been a 
genuine bundle of sweetness. 

Class Vice President; Class Plays; Class Treasurer; Business Manager, El- 
chanet; School Productions. 



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JUDI KRAUSHAR 



"One shoe off and one shoe on," Judi's legwoik is a break from the norm. 
This, however, has not impaired her dancing skill nor her agility on the ice. 
Although a direct descendant of Rashi, she finds some Ramban's "much 
cuter." When not playing piano, choreographing a ballet or performing in 
Carnegie, Judi supplements Mrs. Rochlin's lessons on femininity and eti- 
quette with some of her own. She is also an outspoken advocate of informal 
class discussions — very informal class discussions. 

Arista; "Sound of Music"; Class Debater; Tutor; Dance Festival. 





SUSAN LAMPERT W ^ÍÍ Л 

Susie's favorite expression is "I'm sorry!" and this often leads to confusion 
since no one can figure out what in the world she did wrong. In fact, her 
worst fault is probably being a Blank-Blanknik. Though known as "Halpert" 
by a majority of one, Susie has never bothered to rectify the situation ; she 
is too busy correcting our speech errors, ."^side from being class gram- 
marian, she is also class photographer, and we're all hoping her kind ЬетП 
will prevent her from issuing any photographic exposé. Susie's versatile 
signature and vigilant listening to WMC^^ won Mr. Klein a Good Guy 
sweatshirt, and we think she rates one herself. 

Class Plays; Class Vice President; Photography Editor, Elchanet; Courier; 
Big Sister. 



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ANN LERMER 



This triple agent (alias .Ann, alias Ghana, alias Lerm) has lived through 
the dual adventure of sampling both Centrals. Manhattan seems to be as 
good a place as any, however, for losing contact lenses, for she has hunted 
countless numbers of them during class and even once enlisted the aid of 
Dr. Lewin. Ann is more than adequately equipped for lunch period but a 
deficiency in Gym class made her desperate enough to trade a used Steno 
book for an extra shoelace. One of our top contributors to Jewish Ethics 
class, Ann is also the originator of the many impromptu comments that 
"punctuated" Dr. Gainsburg's English class. 

Class Vice President; Boosters; Art Committees; Costume Committee, School 
Production. 




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NAOMI LIEBMAN 



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Travelling from far off New Jersey would be enough to ruffle anyone's 
countenance, yet Naomi manages to reach us each day cool and collected, 
with not a hair out of place. Rav Shkop's Noymi is not quite as quiet as 
many of her teachers think, and her staunch affiliation to Mizrachi Hazair in 
a class such as ours is sure proof of it. An interest in psychology has led 
Naomi to believe that as a middle child she must have some problems. If 
you do, Naomi, we certainly haven't found them. 

Librarian; Big Sister; Tutoring; Typist; G.O. Alternate. 






BEVERLY MARCUS 



Could you think of a more appropriate designer for the Art Room's "Think 
Thin" poster than this ex-calorie-counting Weight Watcher? The only 
Centralite hailing from North Bergen, Bev craves the international touch 
as exemplified by her Italian sweet-sixteen, a partiality toward Grecian 
curls, and a fervent interest in Russian and Spanish à la Pascal. The minuet 
may be out of style but Bev's successful diplomatic relations with Mrs. Edels- 
burg prove that curtsying is still very effective. 

Class Treasurer; Typist; Scenery Committees; Class Plays; Big Sister. 





MALKA MARGOLIES 



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After a long voyage in the wee hours of the morning, Malka arrives in the 
big city ready to conquer all with her sweet smile and high voltage brain 
power. Even the dourest teachers cannot help but succumb to the charms 
of this excellent student, and Mr. Gandell was certainly no exception. Her 
soft-spoken presence enhances many class debates and her unusual lefty 
handwriting is the newest approach to wrist exercises. With hair long or 
short, Malka's appearance always brings to mind sugar and spice and cer- 
tainly everything nice. 

Arista; Class Vice President; Debater; Tutor; Dramatics. 



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GERALDINE MARKOVITZ 



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It may seem that Clifton's ambassador to Central leads a quiet life — but 
appearances can be misleading. Gerri is an asset to any class debating team 
and a champion note-taker as well. A veritable gold mine of information in 
every class, she is always poised and ladylike, and her opinions are thought- 
ful and intelligent. Miss Laflfargue knows a good French student when she 
sees one, but it took more than brains to win the coveted title of "lady", 
and in this we heartily concur. 

Arista; Debater; Scenery Committees; Tutor. 





ANN MARMOR 



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Our efficient 10th period office girl and adinit collector, Ann is often mis- 
taken for the school nurse. She excels as a quick change artist and her 
heartrending performances have entertained her classmates and impressed 
Mr. Cohen. An energetic hotelhopper and the first in our class to achieve 
a 95 average, Ann has proven that no lunch is complete without a baby 
bottle to top it off, and that even a brave girl can sometimes get "cold feet." 

Arista; Big Sister; Class Plays; Scenery Committees; Class Treasurer. 



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JUNE MESSINGER 



Is that a real sorceress presiding over our own class Ouija Board? It must 
be, for who else could play golf with an umbrella or make a camera flash 
go off — while still unattached to the camera? June is a non-stop nasher who 
is always going on a diet next week, but she must know something that 
the Weight Watchers have missed because her lovely figure is the envy of 
us all. A leading role in our annual school production is June's seasonal 
occupation and contagious, roaring laughter is her full time one. 

School Productions; Fashion Shows; Class Treasurer; Class Plays; Big Sister. 




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ESTHER ORENSTEIN 



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Presenting Esther Orenstein, our illustrious Editor-in-Chief, the source of 
all those heartfelt wolf whistles and the only girl capable of solving the 
mystery of Miss Lafïarguc's "lost" French book. Esther's analytical mind 
and sound reasoning have made her a devastating debater and a girl whose 
opinions are respected by students and teachers alike. An accomplished 
equestrienne with years of experience in "horsing around," Esther's unique 
laugh and sharp wit have livened up all our classes — or at least all the 
ones she's deemed worthy of attending. 



Editor-in-Chief, Elchanet; School Debating Tean 
Wedding"; Class President. 



Arista; Director, "The 



^0^^5Д MIRIAM PANUSH 

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Although a conscientious objector to the school Alma Mater, Miriam loves 
to sing, displaying her talents in her backseat concertos during every class. 
With her cheery disposition, this esteemed member of our band stayed to 
boost "The Sound of Music" as mascot and honorary curtain puller. Al- 
though her Delaney card identifies her as a resident of the Bronx, Miriam 
is seen frequently in Queens, and not quite so frequently in Central. 

Band; Booster; Class Vice President; Choir; Class Play. 





SUZIE RAMRAS 



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Neither the chickens nor the eggs come first on the Ramras farm, 'cause 
Suzie's by far the most precious export. Her Hebrew-hillbilly accent is 
something worth hearing and she very generously speaks slowly enough 
so that we can fully appreciate it. Don't let that slow-motion speech fool 
you, though, for Suzie's broken quite a few speed records, too, as her ex- 
press run from the С to the A class illustrates. A conscientious student whose 
notes are marked by their profundity (and ob-curity), this cantivatin»; red- 
head finds time to dabble in the world of "higher fashion" and is the 
perennial hit of our school fashion shows. 

Arista; Librarian; Class President; Fashion Show; Scenery Committees. 



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VARDA ROSENFELD 



Though she may appear quiet and subdued, Varda really loves to talk and 
have fun. Somehow, this has proven distressing to our French department. 
Mr. Klein could never understand what was so funny and Miss Laffargue 
offered her a scat near the wall so she'd have someone to talk to. However, 
this same sense of humor makes Varda a wonderful audience for budding 
comediennes and a popular entertainer as well. Brimming with school spirit, 
she was outstanding in her dues payments and a credit to our class treasury. 
Varda hopes to settle in Aretz, so when you hear peals of laughter from 
across the ocean, you'll know she has arrived. 

Big Sister; Class Play; Class Secretary; Librarian; Scenery Committees. 





SARAH RUBIN 



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As far as Sarah is concerned, Queens is a nice place to live but Boro Park 
is the place to visit, and now with Driver's Ed. all her problems are solved. 
She must have a sixth sense for ominous events, as she studies for tests long 
before they are announced. Equally conscientious when it comes to being 
class treasurer, Sarah has been elected with astonishing regularity. There 
must be something to handwriting analysis after all, for Sarah's own precise 
writing is true reflection of her "neat" personality. 

Big Sister; Class Treasurer; Ping Pong Team; Scenery Committee; Typist. 



ТтЛ^Т ш^ EDNA SALES 

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Edna has the distinction of being the first senior to be fined a quarter for 
gumming up the works. This came as a shock to us, for we had all assumed 
that being on a first name basis with persons in High (Li) places could get 
anyone off the hook. A flair for dressing "ELT'gantly has been a definite 
"Ezer" to Edna in Central. In answering teachers, she works on the assump- 
tion that a smile is worth a thousand words, and judging from the results, 
Edna has hit upon a workable formula. 

Class Play; Choir; Big Sister; Scenery Committee. 




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SANDY SAPERSTEIN 



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How do you keep a fiery red head under control? Send her to Sassoon for 
hair cuts, of course. Sandy can either be found there or in the lunchroom, 
plowing her way through a shopping bag full of food (with our considerable 
help). Well known at all times for her hospitality, Sandy's home becomes 
a veritable hotel during the reunion season. Whether dancing a Highland 
Jig, dribbling a ball, or just making friends, Sandy is always a high scorer. 

Choreographer, School Production; Athletic Manager; Basketball Team; 
Senior Council; Class Biographer. 



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RACHELLE SCHLEIFER 



Schleif always seems to be the "innocent" victim of hilarious circumstances. 
Whether adding that "Jericho touch" to the lockers (" . . . and they all 
came tumblin' down" ) , furnishing Rabbi Eliezri with a never-to-be forgotten 
cough, or matching a checked blouse to a garment other than her skirt, 
leave it to Schleif to find the nutty way to do it. She's also everyman's 
favorite art consultant and comes fully equipped with speedy (if not always 
legal) solutions to every problem. But then, isn't that the kind of service 
you'd expect from Your Friendly Rebitzen? 

Art Editor, Elchanet; Class Vice President; Head, Scenery Committee, 
"Sound of Music" ; Librarian; Arista. 




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ELAINE SCHRAUB 



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Famous for her ill-fated survey on Jewish education, our talented pianist 
added a little excitement to her classes by acting as an undercover agent 
for the Wurzweiler School of Social Work. Armed with a ferocious fur 
pocketbook, Elaine has ventured forth on many a dangerous mission to the 
Lower East Side and returned laden with mezuzahs, diplomas and many 
exotic edibles. It's all been for the best though, for it's obvious that when 
it comes to success in a certain Ivrit teacher's class the key is in the lox. 

Pianist, "Brigadoon" and "Sound of Music" ; Class Vice President; Choir; 
Committees. 



Tf f^2/ SORELE SHURIN 



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A Yiddish expert from way back, Sorele recently accomplished th& amazing 
feat of receiving an NEDT Award without ever having taken the test. She 
possesses a constantly inquiring mind as evidenced by her most frequently 
asked question, "Whaaa?", while her illustrious yichus has proven to be a 
great aid with many a teacher. .And though it may be "faster to Jersey City 
than to the Bronx" a name like Le Shurin does have a touch of the exotic. 
Right, Sorell? 

Arista; Chess and Checkers; Courier; School Debating Team; Class Plays. 





LEAH SIEBENBERG 



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Leah's love of the New World extends not only to symphonies, as her good- 
will tour of South America illustrates. Nor is her Good Neighbor Policy con- 
fined to those south of the border as anyone who has sat next to her can 
tell you. A star athlete, Seebee can run circles around us frustrated math 
lovers who lack her adeptness at solving algebra problems. The annual 
Massad reunion took place in Niveim class when Leah encountered her new 
teacher. The result was one stunned student, but we're sure Miss Eldad was 
very pleasantly surprised. 

Big Sister; Choir; "Oklahoma"; Class Plays; Class Offices. 



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CYNTHIA SINGER 



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We are all indebted to Cynthia for her dedicated work in the field of class 
entertainment. Not only does she supply us with trivia questions and gum, 
but also the weekly puzzle page called "Color Me Magid". Most outstand- 
ing, though, is her piercing wit. It is often hard to believe that those gales 
of laughter are caused by that quiet voice from the back of the room. Cyn- 
thia was the only one deprived of a candle at the Arista initiation and she 
insisted Mr. Steif make it up to her in her Senior year with constant extra 
attention. It is clear, however, that no one can hold a candle to her when 
it comes to taking notes. Is it any wonder Xerox sales are soaring? 

Arista; Class President; Editor, Hamagid; High School Bowl Team; Head 
Biographer, Elchanet. 




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In her campaign to finance a trip to Israel, Rosie has become one of Forest 
Hills' favorite Talmud Torah teachers. She can usually be found earnestly 
perusing her Chaveri-Aleph during lunch and jotting down the next lesson 
on her trusty index cards. Aside from her career as a professional pedagogue, 
she's a well-prepared student who comes to class loaded with at least "shtai 
sh'alos" for every subject. It may have taken a little time, but with her 
knack for diplomacy, Rosie has convinced Mr. Schwartzbard that there's a 
simple explanation for just about everything. 

Arista; Editor, Chagim Magazine; CO. Alternate; Scenery Committees; Big 
Sister; Librarian. 



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PENINA SPENCINER 



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One of the unsung heroines of our annual school production. Penny has 
been responsible for the beautiful costumes worn each year by the cast. Her 
lovely manners have made Mr. Cohen, to name only one, wax poetic about 
the grace and charm of a well brought-up young lady. Never one to shirk 
responsibility. Penny tried every means to fill her ad quota. She even sent 
to Mazel Match, who graciously donated 150 application blanks, which may 
prove more valuable in the long run. Peaches and cream are the ingredients 
of her complexion, but no sugar is needed to add to her sweetness. 

Arista; Chairman, School Production Costume Committees; Librarian; Class 
Offices; Tutor. 





DEENA STEIN |f>3 f 

After breaking the all-time record for birthday corsages in our Sophomore 
year, Deena went on to become the only student known to have had an 
interview with Mr. Steif in an attempt to get off Arista, She considers text- 
books "excess baggage" but nevertheless often finds herself weighted down 
by a wide array of protest buttons which include "We Love Mickey Mouse" 
and "Stamp out Report Cards." Cited for her "risibility" by Dr. Gainsburg, 
our business manager has successfully risen above a language barrier with 
our Hebrew teachers and is considered one of the most lovable "brains" in 
the class. 

Business Manager, EUhanet; Class President; School Debating Team; Arista; 
Boosters. 



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LINDA STERN 



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What would you guess hides behind a pair of vivid green eves? Warmth, 
sincerity, and several thousand quotes from the Tanach. Rabbi Shkop's 
"lamdan" has a fantastic capacity for remembering any "pasuk" relating 
to the issue at hand. Naturally, she is a star member of our Ivrit Bowl, and 
a star debater in our Ivrit class. We are all sure Mr. Schwartzbard will give 
her excellent references to the New York Times translation bureau, and 
why not, with all that experience? 

Arista; Librarian; Scenery Committees; Tutor; School Debating Team. 





HARRIET TEICHMAN 



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"Tennis anyone?" It doesn't have to be tennis, though. Name any sport 
and Harriet will be a willing participant and a tough opponent. Despite 
this affinity for sports, Harriet is quite a lady, one of the necessities for 
anyone who wishes to be a secretary. The other prerequisite is being able 
to type, and in our class, Harriet and typing are almost synonymous. Har- 
riet's blunt comments prevent many a class from falling flat, and her leader- 
ship has helped the choir do the same. 



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Choir. 



School Productions; Volleyball Team; Typist, Courier; Head, 



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RACHELLE TEICHMAN 



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This enthusiastic member of the racquet squad gathers her unfailing strength 
for sports by her tiresome workouts which consist of punching at least five 
of her lockermates in the arm daily. Constantly elected to the nonexistant 
chess and checkers team, Rachelle has been checkmated into being school 
chazanit at Rosh Chodesh time. She spends the rest of the month trying to 
convince teachers that they are not seeing double, that they are not hearing 
those impromptu comments from the back of the room, and that her ex- 
tensive knowledge of vocabulary is not due to the miniature dictionary in 
the palm of her hand. 

Big Sisters; Typist; Class Treasurer; Fashion Show; Scenery Committees. 




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JACQUELINE WADLER 



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Judging "а book by ¡ts cover" works very effectively vvihen applied to Jackie, 
for her sweet appearance is a true reflection of her kind and generous heart. 
Sympathizing with others is her specialty and even the animal kingdom 
is not neglected, as her pet dog Buddy can attest. Jackie will long be re- 
membered for her portrayal of Liesel in "The Sound of Music". Her grace- 
fulness as a dancer is well known, too, but that extra touch of femininity 
that she adds to everything she does is the most remarkable thing about her. 

Class President; Dancing, School Productions; Cheerleader; Librarian. 






JUDY WAHL 



Meet Mr. Steif's Polish princess, descendant of the dynasty of Kohl. . . . 
Well, anyway, talented as well as blue-blooded, our school pianist has man- 
aged to make our alma-mater sound as though it has a tune, and has done 
wonders to "The Sound of Music". Judy's beautiful accent can make even 
the worst French or Russian grammar sound like poetry, and that Scottish 
brogue made "Brigadoon" all the more enjoyable. Keep laughing, Judy, 
and you'll charm any dragon from your castle door. 

Arista; Class Treasurer; School Pianist; "Brigadoon" ; Band. 





ZIPORAH WEINFELD 



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If Zippy hasn't read it, it probably hasn't been written. Her avid literary 
pursuits can be traced by the tell-tale trail of orange peel leading from the 
library directly to the office. We can always depend on our Arista Vice 
President to dream up some intelligent question which will boost the morale 
of our guest speakers. One of the most mature and responsible girls in our 
class, Zippy is the perfect friend and confidante. Although she masquerades 
as head of tutoring. Zip is really conducting a sneak survey on the efficiency 
of our teachers. 

Vice President, Arista; Reporter, Courier; Biographer, Elchanet; Class 
President; Class Debater. 



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MIRIAM WEISS 



Sponsor of a write-in campaign for "Nothing in Particular" this tinkering in- 
ventor has created an extraordinary series of individualized crossword puzzles 
and was the first to install a panic button in her locker. An enthusiastic ad- 
mirer of Midwestern accents and possessor of a huge orange "Pow" necklace, 
Mimi was forced to divulge to a stunned Gym class, the source of her go- 
power — a "nutritious" diet. Could this be the reason for her phenomenal 
memory of birthdays and great mind for math too? There must be something 
to it — but what's a turnip anyway? 

Arista; "Brieadoon" ; Class Treasurer; Dance Festival; Debater. 





REBECCA WEISS 



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Curiosity and a love for adventure lead Becky to many far-out doings, and 
her knowledge of the newest trends in poetry, folk music, and good books 
serves as a background for her stimulating conversations. Becky is one intel- 
lectual who is not only a thinker, but a doer as well. She evinces her concern 
for others by working as a hospital volunteer and she hopes to serve as a 
nurse in the Peace Corps. When she does, she's sure to charm the natives 
with her Continental manners, and after a long round of "hand-kissing" 
she should have quite a following. 

Class Offices; School Production; Big Sister. 



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LEAH WERTHEIMER 



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Preserving that tantalizing accent is quite natural for this dynamic Sabra, for 
Leah's foremost ambition is a return to Israel. While still "mechutz la'Aretz" 
though, she spends her time devouring Dostoyevsky, writing smashing com- 
positions and continuing to brave New York's subways despite the harrowing 
experience of having her lunch stolen by a blood-thirsty and sandwich-hun- 
gry pickpocket. Modeling for our fashion show and heading the Cheering 
Squad are two of Leah's "typical teenage activities"; but make no mistake 
for this girl is truly "grown up." 

School Production; Class Treasurer; Librarian; Dance Festival; Captain, 
Cheerleading. 




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FRIEDA WIETSCHNER 



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Armed with No-Uoz and lots of black coffee, Frieda has led the ranks of 
those happy-go-lucky, fearless last-chance crammers through many a night. 
From her strategic spot in the last row, she carries on various business trans- 
actions while constantly urging the girls in front of her to "sit straight and 
move to the left." The girl behind every school publication, this expert 
typist is the sort of person we all appreciate. 

Big Sister; Class Treasurer; Costume Committees; Scenery Committees; 
Typist, Hamagid. 



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TAMAR WILLIG 



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Temi saved the day for many a bored student when she unofficially intro- 
duced "Bull — P'giah" into the school curriculum. The A class chazonit has 
a lovely voice and is a graceful dancer as well, as those who witnessed her 
performance at Carnegie Hall can attest. .\ faithful sports fan, Temi until 
recently was a Sandy Koufax admirer, but now her attention has been drawn 
to such celebrities as Chevron Levi, and even he cannot resist that genuine 
Hebrew fan mail. 

Arista; Co-Leader, Dance Group; Volleyball Team; Class Vice-President 
Choir. 





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A warm hello and a dazzling smile are the first impressions one gets of 
Debby's bubbling personality. This petite and adorable package was the 
masterful director of two successful school productions, a crusading p-O. 
vice president, and the organizer of just about every enjoyable class activity. 
"Dib-Deb" returned from Israel imbued with a wild enthusiasm for Aretz. 
Her other interests include history, fishing for dolphins, and being a doting 
tante to a host of nephews and nieces. Debby plans to settle down in the 
near future, but before she does she would like to try her hand at being a 
doctor, teacher, therapist, and archaeologist for a little while. 

Vice President, CO.; Class President; Director, "Sound of Music" and 
"Brigadoon" ; Chairman, Welcome Freshmen Assembly. 



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VIVIAN YOUNG 



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Viv, our Deb, gracefully tripped her way into our hearts with her own ice 
skating extravaganza. Her vivid account of a UFO invasion only serves to 
underscore what we already know — Vivi is a very talented and witty 
writer. Well-liked by her teachers and often returning the compliment, she 
likes to keep the men up at Albany guessing, which would bring a blush 
to anyone's cheeks, wouldn't it? 

Literary Editor, Elchanet; Arista; Director, Class Play; Scenery, School 
Production; Class Vice President. 




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52 



The Ivory Tower 



The Ivory Tower 



By Miss Bolel 



By Lam Dan 



Our modem world is a wonderous one, a miracle 
of science, technology, and progress. In it each 
man assumes he can follow his own path and 
think his own thoughts. He can be an entity 
unto himself, and yet a participating member of 
society. He can view his surroundings objectively 
and decide what he is, and what his role should 
be. 

What a shame it is that your thoughts and 
actions were determined thousands of years ago, 
by men you've never seen or spoken to. They 
have molded you from infancy so that your mind 
can grow in only one direction. Your heritage has 
deluded you into believing that the fetters which 
chain you are made of gold. 

You have built yourselves an ivory tower, but 
it is no longer a protection. Instead it is an im- 
pediment which has sealed you on from the out- 
side world. 

It would be excessive to contend that you have 
completely cut yourselves off from the changing 
world which surrounds you. At the very top of 
your ivory tower one can spy a small window. 
Yet your window defeats its purpose for its panes 
are not of clear glass. You try to see the world 
through a looking glass which can only return 
a reflection of yourselves. 



Yes, our modern world is indeed a wonder. 
Rarely has there been such a collapse in morals. 
The youth of our dynamic generation is disgusted 
and at a loss to know what to do with its new 
found freedom. The poor fools think that freedom 
means anarchy, rebellion against all established 
institutions. They fail to realize that they are as 
much bound by their needs to be different as the 
conformist is bound by his need to be the same. 
Their idealization of objectivity is laughable, for 
human life is continuous, the present being con- 
stantly formed and tempered by the experiences 
of the past. To be human is to be subjective. Only 
an infant is truly objective, but we would never 
allow an infant to make a decision. He cannot 
judge, because he lacks experience. But then 
again, experience is only subjectivity. 

Since all people's ideas are based on the past, 
we have the advantage. Ours is a tried and true 
method; tried by the genius of a Rambam and 
a Rashi, and found true by generations of the 
hardest test of all: everyday living. 

You accuse us of having erected an ivory tower. 
I would be the last to deny it. Our tower had its 
foundations at Har Sinai. Each brick is the life- 
work of a sage; the mortar joining them the 
interpretation of each. 

We have not cut ourselves off from the world. 
There is a door in our ivory tower. The door and 
the key which opens it are the rules and absolutes 
of good and evil set down by the Torah. They 
are the Sheva Mizvot B'nai Noach (the seven 
laws of the sons of Noach) which all people must 
obey and live by. 

As for the window you saw, you are right. It 
is not of clear glass, but of looking glasses which 
catch and reflect the brilliant light of our Torah 
for all the world to see. 

Ziporah Weinfeld 



54 



Watching People 



At times I think that a person does not exist unless someone is thinking of or 
looking at him. A new personality is bom in a man when he is watched, a person- 
ality created for him by the viewer. 

Now, put into existence a boy, personality unknown. He is fairly tall, good- 
looking, has a few college texts, and is engrossed in a conversation with a pretty 
girl in a crowded subway. 

A boy standing to the right of him might say to himself, "He must be a great 
guy to get a beautiful girl like her!" 

At the same time, another boy to his left is thinking, "Gosh, what's a beauty 
like her doing with a square like him?" 

A six year old in pigtails, gazing up dreamily, may whisper, "Oh, a prince, 
just like in a storybook. That's whom I'll marry when I grow up." 

Her mother pulls away the awe-struck child, and her glance falls upon her 
daughter's object of admiration. "It's nice to see a young man get an education. 
Look at all those books! He'll probably be a doctor." With this thought on her 
mind, she turns to thank a gentleman who has given her his seat. 

The elderly man rises and finds himself face to face with the young man. Again, 
a seat is vacant. He tries to reach it, but the boy has already reserved it for the 
young girl. Anger flows up in the tired man, and he frowns. "Why, that juvenile 
delinquent. . . . No manners, no respect. I wouldn't let my daughter near such a 
boy!" 

An old, white-haired grandmother has noticed the incident and twists her 
wrinkles into a smile. "Oh, look at the way he's looking at her. . . . He's in love; 
you can tell by his eyes. Such a fine young man. 

So a boy who started out with no personality has quite a few of them now : 
a great guy, a square, a prince, a 
studious doctor, a juvenile delin- 
quent, and a fine youg man in 
love. 

The train comes to a stop. The 
boy may say good-bye to his girl 
and rush off to his next class, or 
he may give the books to his 
sister and rush out to the nearest 
bar and pool hall. 

Now, the boy is again out of 
existence, and we are left with 
our critical subway viewers. Each 
person who gave the boy an im- 
age incorporated part of his own 
personality within it. This has 
been an elementary exercise in 
watching people watching people. 

Leah Wertheimer 




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Alice 



In 



Wonderland 




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The tall grandfather clock in the dimly-lit hallway struck twelve. Alice was 
absently eating popcorn, her eyes glued to the television, while her older sister 
labored over her homework in the adjoining study. Suddenly, the program ,was 
interrupted by a commercial. A light flashed, and a white rabbit, wearing a button 
saying "I am White Rabbit, my Little Sister's name is Alice!" emerged from the 
television and raced down the hallway. Alice, bewildered and curious, followed. 

Suddenly, Alice found herself aboard a subway train, surrounded by strange 
faces. She held her head and rocked it gently in her hands as she became dizzier 
and dizzier from the characteristic smell of Wonderland. Amid the confusion she 
heard a vaguely familiar voice, "Oh dear, oh dear. I shall be too late." But before 
she could follow the voice to its source, she was ejected from the subway by a mass 
of shoving limbs. Completely confused, she caught sight of the rabbit, watch in one 
hand, receptacle in the other, and followed, hoping she would be shown the way 
home. 

After reaching the landing of a long flight of stairs, Alice was suddenly accosted 
by the grinning face of the Cheshire Cat. Despairingly, she asked directions to the 
normal world. 

"U could go this way, but then again U could go that way,"* replied the cat 
to Alice's query, placidly munching his Melba toast. 

"Curiouser and curiouser," said Alice, puzzled. "But when in doubt take the 
nearest staircase." 

Anticipating the security of home, Alice was drawn onward until she caught 
sight of a whole horde of rabbits scurrying through the gray entrance to Wonder- 
land. Alice rushed up and tried the door, but alas, it was locked. As she glanced 
about, she spied a bell upon which was written : 

"If dime in slot you chance to put, 
Your head will meet your lower foot." 

"Curiousest and curiousest," Alice declared as she deposited the required sum 
and received a small black and green mint sporting the order "Eat me." Alice, 
taught always to follow orders, partook of the mint and shrank to a height of exactly 
one inch. 

A huge gray mouse passing by asked, "/ beg your pardon, I beg your grace, 
did you want to go into that place?" 

She shuddered as she received a positive reply, but being a polite mouse, stifled 



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her fears and showed Alice an entrance through a key hole fraught with bars. Alice 
happily ambled through and, once in Wonderland, was met by a long caterpillar 
who immediately asked, "Who are you?" 

Alice thought a moment, then replied, "I hardly know, Ma'am, just at present. 
I knew who I was when I got up this morning." 

"Explain yourself," demanded the caterpillar. 

The interrogation was cut short by the reappearance of the Cheshire Cat. The 
caterpillar fluttered pale eye-lashes and gazed admiringly at the cat, who beckoned 
Alice onward. 

"But I don't want to go among mad people," insisted Alice. 

"Oh, you can't help that. We're all mad here. I'm mad, you're mad," replied 
the cat. 

"How do you know I'm mad?" 

"You must be or you wouldn't have come here." 

Cautiously, Alice followed the cat to an adjoining room in which an engrossing 
game was underway. The players all ran up to the sink at once without waiting for 
turns and in a very short time the Queen was in a furious passion and went stomp- 
ing about shouting, "Mahvelous, Dahling, off with her head," about once a minute. 

Alice began to feel very uneasy. To be sure, she had not as yet had any dispute 
with the Queen, but she knew that it might happen any minute. "And then," 
thought she, "what would become of me? They're drea-l fully fond of beheading 
people here. The great wonder is that there is anyone left alive!" 

The Queen heard her whispering during the game. She had one way of settling 
all difficulties, great or small. "Off with her head," she said without even looking 
around. 

Alice gave a little scream as the guards approached, then made a startling 
discovery. "You're just a pack of (report) cards," she mumbled as she turned over 
in her warm bed. She opened her eyes for a moment and noticed that the television 
was still on. 

"What a horrible, unrealistic dream!" she exclaimed as she dozed off again. 

Shifra Kahan 
Sandy Saperstein 



* Italicized words are direct quotes from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. 



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The Fine Art 
of Salesmanship 



I do not profess to be a licensed authority on the subject 
of salesmanship, but I have had some experience in selling 
one item which will, to the end of time, be the curse of grad- 
uates — yearbook ads. This is one of the hardest items to sell 
because it is of absolutely no use to the buyer, but there are 
a few secrets to success in this field. 

A graduate who gets ads from her relatives and close 
friends of the family gets them only because these people 
are embarrassed not to give them, and she loses out on a gift 
in June. This is not considered good salesmanship. The true 
test is walking into a completely strange store armed with 
old yearbooks, ad blanks and a pencil. 

The proprietor walks out to greet you, saying, "Can I 
help you?" Always answer, "Yes!" 

Then you have to say "Would you like to buy an ad for 

the yearbook?" This usually gets a response of "No!" 

If he says, "I gave already," be sure to answer, "No, you 
didn't!" which takes away some of his courage. Then proceed 
to show him the cheap prices and the names of all the stores 
that advertised in last year's yearbook. The storeowner then 
shows signs of weakening but insists, "My budget is a mess 
right now, see me in January." Fidget with your ad blanks 
and whine. "Oh, but my deadline is next week and if you 
don't give me an ad, I won't get my picture in the yearbook." 
By this time you will have gotten on his nerves and he will 
peel ofï a bill from a large roll in his pocket. 

He will be so anxious to get rid of you, he won't even tell 
you what he wants the ad to say. Thanking him profusely, 
hurry out of the store promising to be his ever faithful cus- 
tomer. Who knows, someday you may even 7ieed something 
from that Army Surplus store. 

Bella Hass 




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White Ideals 



A carpet of white stretches to Afar 

Deep and still ; there seems nothing to mar 

Its serenity. 

Yet standing solitary up on the hill 

A house broods there, lonely and still 

As eternity. 

An ideal house, a house of ideals, 

One that lives, and breathes, and feels 

For humanity. 

The house was built in the Spring of the year. 

The builders were young, with nothing to fear 

Not ever! 

They planted their gardens with flowers and seeds 

And watched it carefully and took out the weeds 

Together. 

They defended their house against all who arose, 

They'd defend their ideals against all foes 

Forever! 

Then Summer passed and Fall took its place. 

The flowers died, not leaving a trace 

Of their way. 

The weather changed, the winds blew stronger. 

The builders changed too; so bold no longer 

That day. 

Outside, it is true, it got colder and colder, 

Ideals often die when men grow older 

They say. 




Inside the house it was quite warm still, 

But they feared the outdoors, "Cold can kill 

A man." 

rhcy left their house with nary a good-bye. 

Each saying to the other "It was not I 

Who ran." 

At that very moment the house grew dark 

For ideals cannot live if there is no spark 

To fan. 

The house stands alone and nothing there moves. 

Even the icicles feel silence behooves 

This spot. 

The windows are shattered, the roof is cleft, 

The chimney has broken, now the floor is left 

To rot. 

The house will stand out to break the still mood 

For man does not protect nor realize the Good 

He's got. 

Adinah Charner 



59 



FROM THE EDITOR: 



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As we peer back through the looking glass, it is not without a bit of amaze- 
Й5 ment, as well as nostalgia, that we realize that our four years have actually passed. 

W Sometimes time flew so quickly that it seemed as though we were breaking all rec- 

ords, and sometimes the days crept along so slowly that every minute seemed to last 
forever. We found ourselves counting the minutes, then the periods, the days, the 
weeks, the months. Four years. It doesn't sound like so many, but it is. Ask any 
freshman. On the other hand, ask any senior. 

We wonder sometimes. Did we make the most of it all? People are always 

telling us that these are the best years of our lives. Did we make them the best years? 

I suppose we could have learned a lot more if we had really wanted to; but we 

®*J studied so much, crammed so much, was there room up there for any more? We 

.. ^ wonder sometimes. 

P<^ Did we change! When we first came in, it was "make a good impression 

Ф month" — impress the girls, impress the teachers, the principals. "Hi!" Force a smile. 

W "What school do you come from? Oh, do you know ... ?" By the end of the year 

1^«Ц the smiles came more naturally. Our slogan became "the kids are great, but . . ." 

Sophomore year was the dark ages — all work, no play. We shared the lot of 

the serfs, and June seemed like the falling of the Bastille. But we got to know each 

other and we decided whom we liked and whom we didn't. Our opinion would 

change many times in the next two years, but that was of little importance to us 

л\ then. It was the year of the Triple Crown — biology, geometry, and history. And 

i^i when the long dreaded rage of Regents arrived, I think we were a bit disappointed 

to discover that their bark was worse than their bite. 

The junior year could be called "the enlightenment." We woke up to the world 

around us and began to think deep ponderous thoughts, not about trifles, mind you, 

but about The Important Things — existentialism, Allen Ginsberg, Ayn Rand. It 

was the year of the questions: who, what, why? It must have been a bit amusing 

to those watching us, but to us it was quite a serious matter. We exposed ourselves 

to a little more culture; an opera, a theater, a concert perhaps. We published a 

literary magazine, and although some of our attempts at poetry were pretty raw— ^ 

2 the important thing was that they were made. Some discovered the opposite sex to 

1^ the tsk tsks of others. It was a very good year. 

1^^ And then the senior year. The climax. For some, an anti-climax. Sure, it felt 

P^ diñ'erent to be a senior, but it was not the heaven on earth we had imagined. The 



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work was lighter, but our world-shattering problems were still world-shattering. Till 
now we had been flapping our wings, now we began to fly — right into a whole new 
set of clouds ; yearbook deadlines, money shortages, college boards. Even our egos 
took a turn for the worse when our lamentations on how dreadfully unphotogenic 
we are were answered with "but that's the way you really look, dear." The battle 
cry became, "I can't wait until January, after January I won't lift a finger." Well, 
January came and we lifted hands. Now quite a large number discovered the 
opposite sex and even some of the tsk tskers joined the crowd. Of course, the 
proper number of promises was made to "keep in touch." The more sentimental 
among us shed a few tears and the more cynical had a good laugh, but nobody 
said good-bye without a lump in her throat. 

All our petty little problems seemed to us like Damocles' sword and yet they 
were little more than pins and needles. Every test, every report made some feel 
they were carrying the weight of the world on their shoulders. The more light- 
hearted tried convincing the rest that they could still be marvelous wives and 
mothers without knowing about the Treaty of Westphalia. But it didn't work; 
we studied the Treaty of Westphalia anyway, and who knows — maybe we'll still 
be marvelous wives and mothers. 

That's all in the past now. We are all fairly sure where we are going. The 
friends we grew close with we will still see — for a while. Those four years weren't 
easy — much work, many awkward stages. But everyone grew up a little bit, wouldn't 



you say;^ 



Esther Orenstein 




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Around the World 
In Eighteen Rooms 



To the uninitiated, it might seem that the 
horizons of a Central Girl are very limited. Al- 
though the physical boundaries of our classrooms 
are narrow, our mental experiences have been 
expanded. Through the study of a language one 
can learn of the land, customs and idyosyncrasies 
of a people. However, as far as we may travel, 
we cannot escape the fact that people are basic- 
ally the same all over. Armed with the proper 
number of dictionaries and an interpreter or two, 
you may discover this for yourself. 

La France, comme tout le monde le sait, est un 
beau pays, fameux pour ses parfums, sa Tour Eiffel 
et sa haute couture. Mais tout le monde ne sait 
pas combien la France ou si vous préférez, Paris, 
ressemble à notre école "Central." J'ai passé trois 
à Paris l'été dernier, et quoique ce soit peu de 
temps, en comparaison au temps que j'ai passé à 
Central, j'ai observé quelques ressemblances entre 
les deux. 

Par exemple, en regardant les peintures du Lou- 
vre, je me souvenais des affiches, hautes en couleur, 
qui s'étendent sur nos murs et qui sont des ex- 
emples du sens artistique de Central. En faisant 
une promenade le long des Champs Elysées et en 
écoutant les conversations des Français, j'ai réalisé 
que notre prononciation américaine de la langue 
ressemble à celle des artistes de la Comédie-Fran- 
çaise. Aussi, en montant l'escalier de la Tour 
Eiffel j'ai presque cru que je grimpais les marches 
de Central. 

Cependant, ne faites pas l'erreur de penser que 
Paris est seulement un autre Central, je peux vous 
assurer qu'il n'y aura jamais un autre Central. 

Estudiando la cultura española, hemos encon- 
trado muchas fases en la vida española que nos 
recuerda que nuestra lucha valiente en combate 
con el frío en el piso cuarto de la escuela. 

En busca de una solución para este problema, 
hemos hallado el baile gitano, el flamenco. 

Enseñando el flamenco a nuestras condiscipulas, 
las "Seniors'' patalean en el suelo y castañetean 
los dedos con el ritmo de las campanas que indican 
la hora. 

La corrida de toros es el deporte tradicional 
español. El deporte consiste en aproximadamente 
treinta toros en cada arena que han sido entrenados 
por cuatro años especialmente para la corrida. Los 



picadores y los banderilleros preparan los toros a 
la muerte, atormentándolos de varias maneras. En- 
tonces entra el valiente matador en la arena y da 
el golpe final al toro. 

A las que lean estas lineas: Cualquier semejanza 
entre la corrida de toros y los situaciones existentes 
y las personas de esta clase de "Seniors" es pura- 
mente una casualida. 

¿Nu, amigas? 

Vbi Roma condita est, erat vrbs parva. Dvm 
crescit, Roma mvlta bella gerebant et omnes fines 
finitimos vincere temptabant. Eodem modo, nos 
qvondam iuvenes et parvae eramus, et dvm adoles- 
cimvs, omnia circvm nos vincere temptabamvs. 
Orbem terrarvm nostrvm esse credebamvs et, scien- 
tiam capientes, instrvmenta orbis vincendi acqvisi- 
vimvs. 

Magna ex parte, Roma potcntissimis dvcibvs 
magnitvdinem debebant. Maximvs eorvm dvcvm 
erat Ivlivs Caesar qvi bene et manv férrea rege- 
bat. Nos etiam dvces potentes habemvs ex qvibus 
vnvs praecipve exstat. 

Tamen, post aliqvod tempvs, Roma et cives 
Romani corrvmpere coepervnt. Homines, qvon- 
dam indvstrii, fiebant ignavi et panem et circen- 
ses solvm amaban t, qvos labori ardvo praefere- 
bant. 

Nos, qvoqve, nvper evm cvrsvm seqvi proni 
fvimvs sed féliciter anno vltimo scholae nostrvm 
modvm vivendi commvtavimvs. 

Hodie, atqve hoc est manifestvm omnibvs, et 
Roma et Schola Centralis in rvinis svnt. "Mens 
sana in corpore sano," vt aivnt. Si corpvs (nos- 
trvm aedificivm antiqvvm) non est sanvm, qvalem 
mentem sperare possvmvs? 

Ш вы Можете сравнивпь 



свс^бйдно щтть к ьырл^кат!) 

Malka Margolies, Linda Galin. 

Esther Gruenspecht, Linda Stern, 

Emilie Klein 



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Evaluation of Facts Assimilated 



KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS 
l-I hear voices and I'm not a prophet. 

a) Joan of Arc b) Muhammed Ali c) Shabtai Zvi 
2-The first five-f irgered man that arose had five 

fingers. 

a) Sir Isaac Newton b) Darwin c) Liberace 
3-Hakol Kol Yaakov Vihayadayim Yiday Esov 

a) Pet Clark b) Rodin c) Yitzchak 
4_G-D made the world according to the scientists. 

a) John Lennon b) Einstein c) Dr. Timothy Leary 
5-1 beg your pardon, I grant your grace, I hope the 

cat will scratch your face. 

a) Puss 'n Boots b) Prince Rainier 

c) Bonshe Shtok 
6-Khop nisht di lokshin faar di fish. 

a) Charlie the Tuna b) Ron Zoni c) Nasser 
7— You pays your money and you takes your choice. 

a) Hamlet (Act IV, Sc : 2) b) Mrs. Parker 

c) Mike Quill 

TEST YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND/OR 

UNDERSTAND YOUR TESTING 

Sample: Is your esophagus in front or in back of your 

windpipe? 
Answer: It depends which way you look at it. _ 
1-What does a convertible symbolize? (Give all 3 

measurements. ) 
2-A train runs on (One space provided 

for doodling. ) 
3-Standing on the Golden Gate Bridge, how far is 

Hawaii from San Francisco? 
4-Grammar: Undangle the above participle. 
5-Pick out the misspelled word: commicle, truely, 

villin, occurince. 
6-Draw the graph of two elephants. (Don't be shocked 

if you see a hyberbola. ) 
7— Our exports increased 

1) not at all 2) very little 3) a drop more 

4) a lot 5) a coo-coo of a lot 6) much too much 

(it depends which way you look at it !) 
8— How do cancerous spleens affect the course of 

History? 
9-How did the relationship between D'Artagnan's 

yellow horse and Don Quixote's nag bring about the 

present day tension between DeGaulle and Franco? 

(Label each of your answers.) 



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10— Why don't the parents of the В class show as much 

affection to each other as those of the A and C? 
11— What did Harrison appropriate money for that 

Hamilton had taken out of mothballs? (Specify size 
and color.) 
True Confessions 
1— Father Knows Best: I went out with a shoemaker's 

son. 
2—1 sold my nail to the Hass of Revlon. 
3—1 graduated school when I were eighteen. 
4—1 went skating with my lady friend. 
5— For four years my only male companion was 
Yishayahu. 
Essays 

Follow instructions carefully or you lose 35 points. 
1— Show how January 1st is a study in anthropology of 
simulated barbarian practices in respect to 

a) Times Square 

b) Çmancipation 

c) Switch— pulling monkeys with gastric ulcers. 
2— Explain the process by which A.G. 's sister-in-law 

switched from smoking to eating innumerable times 

without breaking either habit. 

Tell all you know. Use facts to back up your infor- 
mation. Explain in full detail. No sweeping gener- 
alities. 
3— A. Choose three of the following people .... 

a) Adam Clayton Powell 

b) Batman 

c) Cecil B. DeMille 

d) Twiggy 

e) Og, King of the Bashan 

f) Rudi Gernreich 

and show how three of the following things 

a) natural resources 

b) political, social, economic, moral, scienti- 
fic, and philosophical climate of our times: 

c) exports and exports 

d) minimum age for voters 

e) influence of 007 

f) lack of 500 Bronx Bus passes 
influenced their influence on the times. 

B. Disagree with everything you have written. Keep 
your answer down to three volumes. 

(total: 30 points) 



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Ql'^D JïJ'^n^ 




D'mns .1 

0''тп£зла naian"? л:1з:л ллтэп ns ппз 

: Л'7КП 

D5?pm'7 узка пул •¡^s -¡н: vu оу .s 

.]yü"S 
.1УД'''73 иП!<П Л1^к;л m л 

1У"лз рлка is'iN nxj s Dp'iy ya тх л 
луаулр 'Л тг 

ni'^Nli' .11 
tt'ns лззлэ d'7D лх inns^i' Dx ,тлэ11 insu' о'й'лзл '?эа лл^'алй'л — лху) 

•Саху 
,Л21Ул лзо Г|ЭЛ1у Dyi л^'лал ЛЭЛ1У пу ,л'''?у лх'й': оу лзла лл1а1:; ртз .к 

? лал'? -\Ti;sn л'^ туй' лаэ 
УЗЛХ1 Л1ПХ "73 луз лтр: 'ли' лшл ^э луз птрз ii^'ru;' i'? лэла mía os .з 

?ПЛ1УЛ ПЮЗ Л'1КЛ ЛаХЗ ПХ IVS ЛТ'Х'? Л130Л ЛХ ISC'? О-'УЛТ' X'?U73 Л1Л1|7Л 
'JB' ОЛрЛ ЛХ '?-'й-Ь 'ПЭй'Л '7Х) ?'7ХЛа'-' ПХ ЛЗЛХ 1ЛЛ20 Л'-З ЛЛ1У0 т>х л 

.(и'ЛП ТОЛЗ 'ЛЗУ Л13Л1 ЛПЗУ Л''ЭЛЛ1Х'Д 

?Л1Гпзл iai3 m^?н^^7 Л1:у'7 а''з'71лл птал ппх ^ллал зй1У упа л 

.(п-'й'лзаз лхха: пгх лхт лз11:'Л) 
.лпэут ,птиол ,х''зл ,vmm in^'^y лла'?^^ а->тп Ьй Ь^ лачц^л 'й'у .л 

л1Урл ЛХ од 'зла 

т;ао-пэй n^w>:¡ .m 

— 11Э1Л пй'л üy лии^хл ЛХ 'ДПТ 

?п"зу '7У amsD nnai'? л^ал i:x yna .х 

Тй'ал ллпх лл'а'глй' лзй'ш 'лх ,'?1алх лхлр bvo ллзд .з 



Bxptt? ал. 2 
пр'?'''? ла.з 

П'? Л"Л.4 
ПЛТХ ЛЗ''ЛУ.5 

1а'7лз зл .6 

пал лли^.т 

1"üi:; ла.8 

лдха ЗЛ.9 



.лзтэ л'Л1 ЛХ1Л ^'ул л 

.ллэз 1X3 D'ays лзлл 1лз1 1ЛЛ Ьтг; зц^ча ^^'? v< л 

ЛЛ1ХЗ Í7 ллзй'рл лп'а'рлли? Л1ра 'лх ,]"иолл1х ллчал л 

."ima'? лз'-к'ра nain лла 

.птлл ла'лп лх '^зр'? тзпх рл 1лх -■'лхзл лэ' ллла л 

? v'ц;^з T'í píos з"з рлз Л1а1:7з лт лх рлаЬ охл .т 

.wpy тлзз о'-л'-лчуа 'ла лпг оли^ х'л хз1рУ 'лз оу ллхл л 

...m'ptt'i on -п'узл n'?iy лап'7а л'лл ох .и 

?плэз 'ли^'а ^7H лзла 'лх охл ,л1:'рзз .■> 

— ллпх D'''?a УЛТ> 'ЛХ .-¡i 'ЛХй? Л13Ц?1П ТЛХЦ? Х'Л ЛЛХЛ .XI 

.1ЛЗ й'апй'ль лпаа рл 'лх 
?пгл 1131гт гт ^'' охл .з' 

.ОУВ Л1У 'ЛЗЛ "jy Л1ТП'? inüXXtt' УЛТ 'ЛХ Л' 

'ЛХ ?лул1' л"л тзол лх лзо': 1Л1х bï^w 'п"л ^^? .л' 

.х'7 — 2тп 



.лп2и?аз лпай? .> 
.ллэо л 

.П'ЛЗП 'Л1У .л 

к"?) лла'?ц^ 1ППХЛ теол тзо л 

К1:?1ЛЛ '^'Зи'З Л1Л1рЛ лзлл -¡й 'ГЗ ''73рЛ 
.(ЛТП 



ППП .IV 

'ллтл .л'?хл о'х^гчлла лпхз 'лпз 
.рпрлз лчх'ДЦ'а 
.ЛПК лв'рз '■? лл'л ^Ь .х 
."па 7'луа ллра .з 



! ЛП'7ХЛ2 



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nЪ^^s¡. 







лрп?:хз □"пл лат лх т'гул'? лтл 
D'jiu^sin ппдлала D'm .п'йтл 
D'-xu'i: vn ал .а'''7эл л'рпла гл 
1М1 ааэ1г '75; лпшол лтчх лк 
О'ршлл 0''Лй'1лл Л1л'?1 by DVSIT 
D'u^u'?» '71D ал'? cysai uwn ]п 
а'п'эи; гл к'? ■'■юд'?^? ап'и?э?л 
ал'лз .л'?х стз niaipun р 'Js'? 
ал л'7кл а'''7эпл ^?w ал'за 'лзт 
anniDi ia-'?D лтчлп ''^уа агл 

п-чв^?ч; — апоп Л1'7'>ад Л131р 
anmD'71 а'-'гап'? лппу vn 
nwaa 1зел — л1Х1'?ла ап'утл 
а^за"? o'-iw л'7лп лпп а^ли^л 
а^пл' n'71 птл'' св^ай'ал a^'mx. 
тплспл"? лапл аппут лпхз 
лрпака лчат ли'таа л'7Э'?эл 
.л'атл 



рП39Ут 



lyap rfwn о'?1ул лап'?а луц>а 
luy"? a'lna 'lin' '7Э1У рп a'-xsn 
mnx /iiVp Л1к'7 awx in pa 
,]'üDnp ,йтап i'?a .л^ал"? 1лт 
'kVu o'-u;'? ]wn-\n л\т' sinî:^ пах 
iy 1Л1аз wy а'ллт пда '?у лтэ 
тл' l'a 1'>пал'? л'Л' "^vsk 'su^ 
лпл'-к'?'? 
|?ц^ л'^'хл 1ЛП13ЛЛ '?'?да 
алп'з л'?у х'? -ртал п'га -i^üon? 
Л1аа ал'лзл лх ухз'? а'лапдл 'rs; 
nisnxa лпаи^лл '^ysaa ш'^хли? 
.ллпх 







a''p)"''?ia л1а'>1оа Л1Х1хз1:' 1лутл 
лрпЕхэ lypn 'а'з лэ1:п ллл 
хм ГР'"! л:1у ,'71Уа'7 .п^атл 
п? хрп тчхл лта '"rvsi naaxia 
ллгз 





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Г'З 






лл'ла Л1ПЛСЛЛЗ D'wjn '?tt' í¡?'?n 
"пз îp'?n nï^a плт "rnj "jxnw» 
"гхпи^'з 1лапл .лппх mana 
о: ,опззз an алуз ад ntsVia 
.лрпх ''?узаз ад1 пчапз 
maitt^xn ЛЛ1Г0'? lat ni'?m owi 
.П03ЭЭ1 л'71Уааз л'гуаз 
¡лппх Л1хамт 
лх 133 "'ттал wi,, • 
.nsia"? 311:?' лп1й: ,"л'пз 

ЛХ 133 "Л01Л// 'В?3 • 

ктрзл — о''?,1УЛ'з оо11вал в'"?1пп 
а''?1пл л'з .лтл 1тхл air "ту 
nwy a'3i:?3 üu^ipa лтл ixisan 
,"?jir '?i:? TT ли^уа л'Э1:?а Л131'?п 
пш^пл лз'а'з а'Т'хл '"гпза inx 
'1331:? -|ц?у D'si:?"? 0'1:?1р1ал л^хл 
В'прэа '31ал тал o'stria Vxnir' 
•rix'? rina о'Т'Л! 
1ЛПХЛ iat3 лззз а''?1:'Л'з • 

Л133'? ТВОЛ Л'З "^ly 1У'ППЛ тззп 

'?'?э11:;ал лтл тззл ."зру л'З// 

.nitni лз'эоа ар1л лтхзл'? 

лтп'л лй'хл х'л тха Л1'?п • 

■ЛП1Г трэлз зт ]ат лзл'Э1:? о'?1уз 

•лпл 

,П'т Л1:'х ,п'хп1лзо лзиз • 

,лозэл ц^хт atyi' л'здоэ лппзз 

г\^2w ЛХ л^лза х'л аув tó'i 

.рршал 101ал 



.f"?! .V ,püD .X ^лхп .' ,иэул л ,Donis .а л'гззтл .1 ,133'о .в ,'злз .п лзе .х лз'озэо .в 



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.■гаю .V -члэ .V 



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ívnan 



,пк^JЭ «лз^эл лзг'^ул лпди?лл 
лрпокз 0''пиза пш D'?iyï:i wa 
птл''? nwai ,л^D'>^^л шззпр'? 

inX'? "Л'?''? u'?p'ï2// Л9 IKSOlff 

.лЕлтхз пплм Msna 1тпш 
пэ'ао ^лт>a х'л л!<'''?за 
•>1'?м nnsD ц^лд I'Di:? ПТ'и?ПВЛ 
вшлм bv; опапл 1Э lasi .лрпах 
^v; 1'7ува'? гз'руз! oniyvjn 

.D13ai'71p 

liso '"'jwia птд 131:^ inna m» 
■•т» гк ixVa птл\л u^itj лк 
oiaaiVip зл1э ,"П1л voa'? /lus"? 
'cVtt^a /Ц^л-'дл л-1па'71 .т'Л1а'ч:;пз 
bv T\VMn п'''7зл ,1492 цоткз 
'1'?! '«т''? лк'зли? луо:'? oiaai"?!!? 
.лрлах 
'оа 1Э1П ."jjaxDJo ,0''01зхл -тк 

.луозл iia'-a'? лкт Л1э'7ал 
mm'? Duai'rip Ьтв гтч гл imn 
тл'л 1а1'7ал ^^yu; D"ai:nüDx 
."l'om' IDO// nana ,кл1эт олпзк n 
nxiap '7'тпаа лудл 1654 лаи^а 
■Tja лац;'лт о^11Л' 23 Va? 
.ira"» 'Jtt' pivv: к^^ тпиоак 
лплвллт л"?!!! ла'?л лктл тул 
л'7Лй ainaa ou? од пЬ лпдрт 
т'?пр "гаа ]'':аа л'гпдл отл'л 
твоа .ц:;'Л1 Tvim o'riyau' D'iinM 
pnv-rja ova о'аи'Т'л отл'л Viy 
."•xm В'зт'га 'ч^'? aiip yia 
nbya"? ora D'au;!' лпал тхпка 
may II nria'? .отл' iv'ja лишала 
ma'7iyn лпл'л bv 1а1эл лп1рз 
лпл'л tana аппзи? nnxb пр'уа 
.п'ттал лап'ка 



físi-^ 




Diat nsjia tnsa inva 1'заз • 
map Ksa: 1лпаа .лкигл 'irnp '7U' 
"ju; 01:1а'7кл лиапр ^?v ''7аол 
.а'хкдл лш'хт 
рп .Л1а1р yans '7уа Х1л ]'':ал 
max лхпр mm rnnvü лпвоа 
"гсоал aitt'n nana torn ац^ ssa: 
по1ал it2J .D'xsn 'yivs лт'рпа 
i'?i3 1пр1ал iixma Л1ла лтл 
л^а: лтл Т'дзл .лк1й'л лЕ51рл'7 
wTJaiJ ла'7ц;ц' 0"1хзл ■'зоза 
тт ii^naa '71:? 1плал — 1'7л'7 

D''ai'7U?n Л1У'13 '^■'узл .]•^^^7 РПХ'' 

т'т ,-ij'r олз то лпзпз л'даиа 
тл'л опдгрл ц-'т — iai'?u Din: 
na ,Di'73in''p 'элпа зпл ,''а'?1ул 
ica ,]iDmx''Ji:? пат ,]''D!:?'i'?3 зру 
лх^л •^v;^•\p î'J3 урт '?у .^аал 
лпзз 




'71'тал пз-1хз тл'л зигм • 
липпхл u-'nv2 л:зл Л1азл ла'пза 
рзха отл'л niSnp bw ]mna 
ipnaa О'тзол о'тлчл .лрпзк 
ЬЬт m D'-x'jaai а''а'71л T'o'jNai 
В'^юли; ппх'? лзпхз nxui:? рпл 
гли? опази^к птл' 'лал п'ац^л 
'тл'л зш'л 'ru? lan an лх о'чла 
Л'а'гчул лап'?ал пу it nj'iaa 
.п'л:;л 




тл-'л зти/'л Л8 т'эаи' 'а • 

1"? Лй'Р ЛЛПЗ Л'''7ДЖЗ Т'В'УЛ 

лжа узпх itt'aaiy лу1л '?у Л1'?ул'? 
.о''тл''а лрп 1т л:па лл'л пт 
miyy У31ГЛ лхал пу 1290 л:й??> 
тд'? а'11Л''7 л'л "пох л^уа. 
ала lï^x /TBopi^ï; о-'п^'^а .п'''?д:ха. 
,'л''х:'ча птол,/ оотэал лшал лх 
.va-'a •^^t^n•' лхт х'? 
лпи^У'узи^л лхал Л'хпаа • 
лапл '7ХП1У 13 nmfi 'эт у''р1:'л 
л'''?12х пуц? лп'-лз ]пзз D'saxa 
mpa лпа'? озах .u?ina п'птл'''? 
ЛЖХЧЛЛ лх Л1ХП'? лэт х'? tnii'?3. 
ЛК ХЧЛ П'ЧТ Î'D'PV3 D'?1X .ЛПРЙЛ. 

плвлл'? ь-'ппп^ •'•^^n•^ :iw>b iica 
1Л1а nnx ла -iaT \¡n'? üx'? ou? 
л'^дж лх П'зз1лл onaab удлт 
О'зти'пл лпл'л •lтз^aa inx'? ira'a 
ллга 
pmxB л'''7д:хз тл'л ^wr] • 
"ixniT' Л1'7лр -игха лз'' mv 
.ЛТ1ПХ пи'паз 
л'допа ''пл'' bv; о'Т'Хл пут 

( Board of Deputies of British Jews) 

Л'ай'т mj's^a л'^ц'аал 'т by ^эla 
ЛТ лпаа а''11Л''Л '7Э Ьт:; 
ол и:а'?пзл пзпа 0'>1У'?1:?з 

л'''?д:хз 'l:'x^л зпл Ьч; naya 
,адх .'7'7эл la лххт л1аа 131эа 
■гаа i"3i3ipy aanir т'зтл'? 'Х1э 
П'зз лл'а'глл лпх "lax ,p'\v 
апэ п'лппхл D'iPina лзвл: лпзо 
.л'''?1:х '711' •'й'хпл 



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пззо2 mi ПП)Т 



т^^чплл к'л п л1'?Ь1злл .тхуюл лпз2 лплм •'■'п пк fsxa лртп Л1^^1плл Ь^ уЬпп 
п'о^'тол тпоЬк'л .d'n^d п"Л1 п"п nvn"? ллг^зк mi:' tb тк!:? оуаэ /Л'олз 31Утл ^l^n^п .опко 
лзаг: ^sni:"i лдагз лт лр''П!з ip^ym ,Л1Л ллаулЬ ]vüí ,лхлаз ,км ппмгза' п'':1В' туха D'opi] 

.Л'ОП 

дппо 'Л QBi п'пл'^ TNtti DnDDo х:'?''п лгр ллзг:> ,лзро1г:п nnvoa ппппл п^т^лл 
П'озил ■^soa ,d^in /Отло bw Л1улп ллпло па? лозл: лппк d^w ^is'? diqn •T'i'Dni D'-trmn 
D'n'Div пгкк' вупэ лк'пр wnwn .л'гал^т ЛЛ1Л^ лю' 'лаоз люпал Л'уз лх лпз Nbi Diyi л^л 

.лпл'^' о'хохл а'зл птл' 'паа 
рл D'NSïsi лглпл 'апл Ьаат лоза ^ла о-'у|£'лп ллг пга i'n Л1ху11зл п'лаа» ппЕог: 

.■[луа D'ivb?: лц'^г'^ упг: а^ тл'л а1а"ла^ лудаа п-'лпх п'зал 
пл'за лк о'зал^п пл1Л' лалл y:ia л''оо-':1трл ла^'вал Vtr^ 1'1ул оп'лт ллск'ола лпзл 
т^лр лалла .Л101ла п'п^аи^ dpkit uyaa Л1р1гл 'Ьлш лт^» loi^i -i^'^x аллак bt:' wnaii 

.1Л1Л' тлар л'а i^'dn тх 
ллтч лпт в'рл1:а л^ухл ллл 'за ,л11хал лкт ллтлл лк т"лу nnan Л1акла п^ал 'з dn 
.лпта п"Л10'л лпл'л 'злу лк it"ss Л1а^'^' лиалтл mt:' зл^" psi:' р'зп nimpaï? лзл >за 
pin .л'01л 'апл ^33 ЛПК тл' •'зип loia diï' tn лзртаз пппз пл'пЬл^ лпк лз'1У'а fin 
ло'7тп Л1'7^'1злл b^s л'пл: лззок' N^K зхол Л13!У^ D"i3D Di!^ l'Kï' рл SÍ" ,л^кз п'хзлзк' vbn^ 
.зЬ1ул Л1ЛЛ1 í?!:? л:й1»1 лл^о лгпзз оуз л'лк; лтл зир''? Л112х 
лкй лпв'п .п'пл'Ь оп^з лию^Е^л ^tt' оп'л лз': л^'зЬзл пог^з dj dn 'з ллл nüi:í3 рл кЬ 
.■'Л1Л'' К1Л!:' ллраз ysíisn 'pv; 1тлл' л'ап nml^n о'"^з^'3 n^yt^D лаолза лшлул лигкз!^ ллз1ул 

.п'палл злрз лт'а1Г'озкл лта^'злл'? ллпу п л^л 
■jty П1ПЛ maya лпк uïî иишлл пз тюат л'Ьэ'рз лгпза п'-'рплЬ лха л!:»? лэк' nai^b 

,i:ay '7V п^ллл п"пл 
D'iNria зуоа n-\:w тллхл 1аолзп: лахз 'з лолв" зхал --^ixiy п'зг'1пл 1эл рлпхл ]ата 
Kb Л1:'уа'? ,хтл: лю-" □•'í-a рл гл л^х ,nbiK .лз'лаа лтав^изк ^'зол кЬ лЬ1:'аал11; п^'о^зю 

•лаюЬ D'aii^n D"i3» iVn 
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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 



Executive 
Counsel 




Left to Right: Adinah Charner, President; Cindy 
Schmookler, Treasurer; Judy Eisenberg, Vice-President; 
Shirley Feldgreber, Secretary. 



Miss E. Offenbacher 



The 



LONG 

and the 



SHORT 



From the beginning we knew that the G.O. this year was 
going to be different. True, it was "our" CO., but that didn't 
influence us in the least. Anyone could see the "unopposable" 
quality of the Executive Council. 

Organizer, producer, and director of our G.O. is Dini Char- 
ner — a true martinet. The source of all the energy that flows 
through our halls, this little powerhouse deserve our thanks 
for recharging the whole school this year. The Vice Presidency has 
always been called a sinecure; Judy is the exception who proves 
that it ain't necessarily so. She can always be found working — 
even when there is nothing to do. All this she does efficiently and 
always with a smile. Our secretary, Shirley, remains cool and com- 
posed throughout. That is quite an accomplishment considering 
her heavy work load of typing reams of minutes from our G.O. 
meetings, and keeping the publicity committee — if not the school — 
au courant. As gum sales soared, so did our Tzedakah drive, and 
Cindy was often kept late just to count it all. Shades of L'Avare! 

With leadership such as this, the results were not surprising. 
When we had an exchange of plays with Brooklyn Central — both 
schools performed. When a band and a drama club were organized 
— both performed. Our crowning achievement, though, was Driv- 
er's Ed — luckily, they haven't performed yet. 

They say that the path of true love never runs smooth. Guess 
that's why this year went so well. 



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SCHOOL DEBATING TEAM 




S. Gershinsky, S. Feldgreber, E. Doft, R. Reichman, E. Orenstein, D. Cardozo, Manager; 
J. Shulman, M. Rubin, S. Scharf, M. Stern. 



RESOLVED: "CENTRAL'S DEBATING TEAM IS UNBEATABLE." 
POSITION: AFFIRMATIVE 



We of the pro feel that the Central Debating team 
is "unbeatable." (Strictly a figure of speech, mind you.) 
Not only have we, under the leadership of Debby Car- 
dozo, managed to talk our way out of every topic, we 
have also been able to maintain our position staunchly 
by the daring and intrepid rebutting of Shonny Ger- 
shinsky and Esther Orenstein. Debating topics ranging 
from "Legalization of the Sale of LSD," to "The Right 
to Bear Arms," and schools from MTA to YCQ to 
Brooklyn Central, we have held on to our reputation 
of being "smashing." 

Our opposition, mainly members of the opposite 
sex, may seek to claim that girls in general, and YUHS- 
GM girls in particular, are ineffective debaters because 
their very looks, poise, eloquence and enticing voices 
can be distracting. We contend, however, that experi- 
ence has clearly shown that despite all these "obstacles," 
we have still managed to "get our points across." 



We are truly remarkable — what other team in this 
school could claim to have gotten into more precarious 
situations; e.g., fiercely competing against a boys' team, 
beating them, openly acquiescing to the fact that they 
deserved to win, then treating them to ice cream which 
is our way of saying, "Thanks for losing"? 

Ask Shonny, Shirley, Esther and Dini, our most 
experienced members and without whom the team next 
year won't be quite the same. They'll tell you that the 
experience obtained from talking their way through 
four years will come in handy in the years to come. 

Though we cannot boast of being undefeated, we 
still have managed to emerge with our heads high 
looking undaunted to the future. And although you 
can't win them all, we have, as typical females, man- 
aged to come out "invincible." To quote our defiant 
Debby, the tongue is mightier than the sword, especi- 
ally a woman's tongue. Touché! 



SO 






Class Debating 



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Fall 
Term 



Row 1: R. Silber, S. Magnus, E. Doft, J. Kraushar, M. Topor, J. Shulman, F. Wahrsager, 

G. Markovitz, R. Perl, J. Weinglass, M. Stern. 

Row 2: S. Maza, L. Kamelhar, S. Scharf, B, Hass, S. Gershinsky, A. Geliebter, S. Rapps, 

R. Berger, J. Fink, S. Fisher, S. Newman. 

Row 3: S. Kahan, M. Ladenheim, M. Rubin, Z. Weinfeld, L. Stern, S. Last, C. Glicksman, 

S. Luban, M. Grabie, S. Smith, Z. Mirsky, M. Goldsmith. 



Spring 
Term 




Row 1: M. Perl, M. Stern, B. Pomerantz, R. Perl, E. Doft, M. Goldsmith, D. Charner, 

B. Ehrenberg, Z. Mirsky. 

Row 2: S. Scharf, J. Fink, R. Tershel, S. Gershinsky, A. Heisler, B. Newton, R. Schlussel, 

B. Bronner, M. Birn. 

Row 3: J. Kraushar, G. Ratzerdorfer, S. Luban, J. Shulman, S. Neuman, R. Berger, S. 

Maza, В. Topor, M. Rubin. 



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Seated: S. Harris, S. Album, Co-Editor; Mr. Pearl, Advisor; S. Gershinsky, Co-Editor; P. 

Goldstein. 

Standing: G. Ratzersdorfer, S. Scharf, Z. Weinfeld, S. Shurin, I. Gertel, R. Appleton, M. 

Green, H. Abraham, H. Teichman, S. Newman, R. Teichman, J. Shulman. 



The Courier, the approved voice of 
the student body, has changed ap- 
pearance radically. Now in tabloid 
form, the Courier appears once a 
month — except, of course, during 
finals. 

Under the guidance of Shonny Ger- 
shinsky and Sharon Albimi, many 
new features have been added. Anna 
Goldwasser, former editor, also did 
much to make our newspaper new 
and exciting. 

The realm of the Courier is as 
widespread as it can be — from sum- 
mer jobs, to forums on current issues, 
to student activities and interviews 
with teachers. This year the Courier 
also held an opinion survey and found 
that the senior class is most exhausted. 
Wonder why? 



"West Side Story" will always be 
remembered, especially as written by 
Dini Charner. Her Oflfen humorous 
remarks have charmed us all. "Here 
and There," our own gossip column 
by Shonny Gershinsky, keeps us in- 
formed of the unnoticed "happenings" 
in our school. A note of recognition 
too, should be made of our editorials. 
It has always been a source of amaze- 
ment to us all how our editorials man- 
age to delve into such controversial 
topics without arousing any opposi- 
tion. 

But through it all, our editors have 
managed to survive, and keep as their 
motto, "the opinions expressed in this 
paper are necessarily those which 
please the administration." 



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M. Grabie, С Yazersky, S. Kahan, Mr. A. Steif, Advisor; M, 
Milner, Editor; Z. Appel, L. Wertheimer. 



As some of you may have noticed, Hamevasser, step- 
sister to our English "Courier," has taken a new format 
this year. Others may have just noticed that we do have 
a Hebrew newspaper — that in itself is a step in the right 
direction. From stirring tales of the lives of our Rabbis to 
revealing enlightenments regarding the Chagim, our news- 
paper tells you just about everything you want to know — 
and more. Special interest features have been introduced 
such as a two-issue continued article on the girls who were 
accepted by Aliyah this year, and a diary of a summer's 
travel in Israel. 

With admirable courage on the part of its editor, Miriam 
Milner, and with the aid of Mr. Steif, Hamevasser has been 
scheduled to appear six times annually, as close to a monthly 
as we can afford. It is hoped that students will continue 
the daring and sense of adventure they have exhibited in the 
past that has helped constantly to increase our circulation. 




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ТШ |1'Я 



Hamagid is a weekly publication on Parshat Hashavua 
put out by Arista and edited by Cynthia Singer under 
the advisorship of Mr. Steif. This year some unique 
features have been instituted; the first being that this 
weekly newspaper does appear every week. An exchange 
program with Brooklyn Central has also been inaugu- 
rated, thus doubling the paper's circulation and enabling 
twice as many girls to read it as read it before. 

Cynthia's lively imagination is evidenced by the intri- 
cate and fascinating designs that decorate the headings 
of the Magid. Although her intentions are the noblest, 
she has deprived us of the much needed doodling space. 
But we will forgive her because the Perushim offered are 
so interesting, as well as relevant, that the entire student 
body awaits with anticipation the appearance of each 
new Magid. 




Row 1: R. Schleifer, С Singer, Editor; Mr. A. 

Advisor; M. Furst, L. Galin. 

Row 2: S. Starett, T, Willig, F. Wietschner. 



Steif, 



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Clockwise: R. Tershel, A. Bendheim, J. Goldstein, The Ball Boy, L. Rosenberg, Z. Appel, 
R. Levine, A. Heisler, R. Appleton, J. Fink, S. Saperstein, Captain and Athletic Manager; 
L. Reinhard, F. Rothenberg, B. Newton. 



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Left to Right: V. Dicken, B. Brooks, 
J. dicker, G. Schmookler, S. Samel- 
son, R. Aboff, J. Wadler, С Tendler, 
L. Wertheimer, Captain; E. OflFen- 
bacher, E. Getman, S. Harris, S. 
Goldwasser, N. Glass, R. Reichman, 
A. Bernstein, M. Pascher. 




There's something holy that sets these spirited gals apart from the masses of 
Centrantes — besides their sneakers. These rovers could not imagine school without 
their 5:30-7:30 practice sessions; bless their hearty soles. The enthusiasm of this 
year's high scorers has excited the entire school to cheer their team on to so many 
victories that we can't recount their number. With the able leadership of our 
coaches, Evvy and Kelly, and Sandy, present athletic manager and former team 
mascot (woof!), the score has reached staggering heights. We owe part of our 
thanks for this to our team scorer and timer. Sari and Rae. The motto of our team 
has appropriately become, "Somebody has to keep the ball rolling!" 



Left to Right: S. Neumark, J. Sporn, 
L Gertel, L. Steif, M. Rubin, S. Wind, 
M. Goldsmith, E. Helfgott, B. Cohen, 
B. Goldsmith, M. Panush, P. Gold- 
stein, E. Szmulewicz, S. Ginsberg, J. 
Silberberg, F. Wahrsager, S. Smith, 
M. Weinfeld, E. Lander, S. Dratler, 
D. Jacobs, P. Swergold. 



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Row 1: S. Aber, S. Kahan, Z. Weinfeld, P. Besdin, President; Mr. A. Steif, Advisor; G. 
Markovitz. 

Row 2: E. Gruenspecht, S. Ramras, L. Galin, M. Weiss, S. Shurin, S. Feldgreber, B. Hass, 
R. Schleifer, E. Orenstein, M. Grabie, D. Stein, D. Chamer. 

Row 3: L. Stern, J. Wahl, V. Young, M. Furst, T. Willig, С Singer, P. Spenciner, M. 
Margolies, R. Sobel, E. Faber, A. Marmor, J. Kraushar. 



Row I : M. Milner, C. Tendler, Mr. A. Steif, Advisor; S. Album, E. Kronenberg. 

Row 2: D. Jacobs, M. Pascher, S Kuflik, J. Eisenberg, R. Appleton, J. Sayowitz, S. Neuman, 

A. Ottensoser. 

Row 3: S. Luban, C. Schmookler, P. Feld, Z. Appel, В. Topor, S. Samelson. 




How can you tell an Arista student 
from all other students? The formula 
is really quite simple: 



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A cademic scholarship 

L eadership quality 

/ dentification with world Jewry 

Y iddishkeit deeply rooted within 

A ctive participation in school affairs 

H ebrew spoken fluently 



Library 





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Row 1; J. Frankel, B. Sicherman, M. Glass, S. Weissman, Mrs. E. Scheinfeld, Advisor; J. Berger, A. Wetzler, D. 

Merkin, M. Asch. 

Row 2: A. Shuchatowitz, M. Goldberg, M. Steinmetz, S. Haber, В. Newton, A. Rhein, B. Feinerman, B. Bend- 

kowski, M. Fishel, M. Weinfeld, S. Posen, Y. Richman, С. Neumann. 

Row 3: G. Wajsman, S. Frankel, E. Gurzinsky, A. Zlotnick, N. Tennenbaum, H. Trauring, S. Rapps, S. Fisher, 

P. Feld, B. Schnur, P. Borenstein, H. Teichman, E. Gurell. 




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Im Katan Atah B'aynekhah 




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DADDY and MOMMY 




SHULI and CHEFZI 




AUNT IDA and UNCLE TOV 




MR. & MRS. S. FURST 




RABBI & MRS. KAHANA 




MR. & MRS. M. MORRIS 






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"Don't you dare take that pic- 
ture." 


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'I told you not to call me here!" 




To Our Dearest 

ESTHER 

and Her Fellow Graduates 

Warmest Congratulations and Best Wishes 

for a Happy and Successful Future 

MOTHER, DAD and DIANE 

MR. & MRS. SEYMOUR GELIEBTER 

HAROLD, ANNE and ELISA SUE 

MR. & MRS. HARRY PUTTERMAN 

CHAIM and ORNA 

MR. & MRS. ABE LUXEMBERG and Family 



'Al Chayte." 



Fooey on Huey. 



"My class had 32% fewer cav- 
ities." 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

SUSAN LAMPERT 

MOM, DAD and ARTHUR 

MR. & MRS. BERNARD LAMPERT 

MR.& MRS. HERSCHEL BRAUN 

MR. & MRS. ABE MENDELOWITZ 

MR. & MRS. MOISHE LAMPERT 

MR. & MRS. MENDEL SHACHTER and Families 




Congratulations and Best Wishes to Our 

ELAINE 

MOM. DAD, and IRVING 

MARTA, RUBY, CHAYELE, and AVI 

AUNT GERTIE and UNCLE AARON 

AUNT ETTA and UNCLE HARRY 

AUNT HELEN and UNCLE AL 



90 Worth Street 



Best Wishes and Good Luck to 

SARAH RUBIN 

Daughter of Our Dear Friends 

MR. & MRS. SAM RUBIN 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. J. D. FLAKS 
Bruns Nordeman and Company 



Dl 9-0600 



Double Trouble 





Is Fred a Zug? 



Congratulations to Our 

FELICE 

and All Her Classmates 



MR. & MRS. N. KAHN 
and "Т.К." 



Mazel Tov to 

RACHELLE SCHLEIFER 

MOMMY. DADDY and NATHAN 

MRS. С ROSMAN JACK & VIVIAN GOLDBERG 

ALEX, BARBARA & PRINCE MR. & MRS. BLUM & Sons 

MR. & MRS. MILTON KLEIN MR. & MRS. JOSEPH WILNER 

GARDENS VOYAGE TRAVEL AGENCY 

and HER SECRET ADMIRER 




Mazel Tov to 

SANDY 

Inn Tirtzu Ane Zu Agadahl! 

MOM. DAD. LEWIS 

DIANE. JERRY, MICHAEL and RICHARD 

UNCLE ABE & AUNT VIOLA 

HARRY & DOROTHY 

ARCHIE & BEHY JACK 



Whoever said, "It's what's up 
front that counts?" 



Penina, ha'im aat mistateret 
mimeni? 



"Napoleon," conqueror of armies, 
capturer of womens' hearts. 



Best Wishes to Our Niece 



VARDA 



UNCLE BILL & AUNT GENE 




Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

MIRIAM 

/And Her Classmates on Their Graduation 



MOM, DAD, SIDA, DEVORA and ARIE 

MR. & MRS. B. KOENIGSBERG REV. & MRS. B. J. WEISS 

MR. & MRS. PHIL JACOBS MRS. BETTY KOENIGSBERG 

RABBI & MRS. SAMUEL PRERO 



Best Wishes to 

SARAH 

On Her Graduation 

Parents — MR. & MRS. SHABSE RUBIN 

Grandmother — HINDA RUBIN 

Aunt and Uncle — MR. & MRS. SAUL RUBIN 



"Has anyone seen the Genie?" 





Betcha can't eat just one. 




Best Wishes to 

Hannah 

On Her Graduation 
A FRIEND 



Wishing Continued Happiness 

and Success to 

Our Dear Granddaughter 

Edna 

MR. & MRS. С J. DOMINITZ 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Dear Granddaughter 

Beverly 

MR. & MRS. NATHAN MARCUS 



Congratulations to 

Vivian 

and Her Classmates 
Upon Their Graduation 

MR. & MRS. JULIUS YOUNG 
and Harold 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


My Granddaughter 


Linda 


and Her Classmates 


GRANDMA HELEN HORWITZ 


To You 


Emilie 



May Success and Contentment 
Be Yours for a Lifetime 

AUNT MIRIAM & UNCLE SAUL 



Congratulations to 

Emilie 

BARTON'S CANDY CORPORATION 

Barton's Bonbonnière 
80 DeKalb Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y. 11201 



To 

Emilie 

Hope you will be successful in life 
and that your parents will have a lot 
of Nachas from you. Love, 

TANTE RUFKA & UNCLE MARTIN 



They call them "Meenee Skirts." 



Historical Footnotes 




"Me in the Rabbinate? I should'- 
ve become a ballet dancer." 



Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov to Our 


Brâchâ 


Mdlka 


On Her Graduation 






and Her Classmates 


MR. S. KOSTENBAUM 




IVIR. J. KOSTENBAUM 


RABBI & MRS. IRVING A. MARGOLIES ' 


MR. B. BERGLAS 


AARON and MARK 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 


Mazel Tov to 


Rise 


Malkie 


On Her Graduation 


and Her Classmates 


MOMMY and DADDY 


RABBI & MRS. M. FURST 


GRANDMA 


MR. & MRS. A. FURST 


AUNT CELIA UNCLE HENRY 


ZEV and ARYEH 


Best Wishes to 


Best Wishes to 


Junie 


Sharon 


and Her Graduating Class 


Her Proud Family 




MOMMY, DADDY, 


LISA& FRED MESSINGER 


DEENA, MAURY and POLLY 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 




Esther 


To 


Upon Her Graduation 


Hindy 


MR. & MRS. SAM EHRMAN 




MR. & MRS. JULES EHRMAN 


From Her Brother and Sister ^_ 


MR. & MRS. MAURICE EHRMAN 


LEAH & SHLOIMIE BORNSTEIN ^Ш 


and Family 


■ 



. . . and then Superman said to 
Lois . . . 





Is Fort Donelson green, pink, or 
baby blue? 



Congratulations to 

Ziporah 

and The Graduating Class 

LEHAT-SCHWARTZ 
SHIPPING CORPORATION 



Warmest Congratulations to 

Rise 

and Her Fellow Graduates 

R & В SUPPLY CO. 

LEED'S HATS 

Frank Bobach Harry Ocken 



On her successful termination of high 
school and at the threshold of college 
we wish our sweet Granddaughter 

Felice 

Further Success 
DORA & JOSHUA J. SHAPIRO 




Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For a Happy Future to Our Dear 

Judi 

THE KRAUSHAR FAMILY 



Best Wishes for a Happy Future to 

Esther 

and Her Graduating Class 
MR. & MRS. MARTIN GRUENSPECHT 



To a Bright Future 
Darling Daughter 

Judi Kraushar 

MOMMY 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
Our Dear Daughter 

Bracha 

Upon Her Graduation 
MOMMY and DADDY 



Congratulations to Our Niece 

Hindy Borns+ein 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. ABE FRIEDMAN 
and Family 



"... and furthermore, I'm sick 
and tired of taking zeroes!" 



Do-si-do your partner. 




Comme d'habitude. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

Linda Horwi+z 

OAKWOOD LEASING CORP. 

JEFF ALLEN MOTORS 

Route 46 Denville, N. J. 



Congratulations to 

Linda Horwitz 

WHITEHILL OFFSET SERVICES 
71 5th Avenue, New York, N.Y. 10003 



Congratulations to 

Ziporah Weinfeld 

Upon Her Graduation 

DAVORN INDUSTRIES 
Mr. B. Orenstein, President 



Mother's Bake Shop, Inc. 

548 WEST 235th STREET 




К I 8-5676 



Congratulations to 

Beverly 

A& s GALLERIES, INC. 

Furniture and Prop Rental Specialists 

530 West 47th St., New York 36, N.Y. 

LT 1-1360 EN 2-2280 



To Our Dear 

Junilien 

With Much Love 
THE FIVE LANGS 



Good Luck to Our 

June 

Love, THE FIVE JESSELSONS 
and LANCE 



Best Wishes from 

Dr. Jerome J. Besdine 
Dr. Arnold Gatoff 

AND STAFF 






Inherited baseball genes. 



"Why don't you come up and see 
me sometime?" 




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Congratulations and Best Wishes to Our Vivacious 




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CHANA 


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MR. & MRS. SOL LERMER. ISAAC and SIMON 




FAMILY LERMER 




MR. & MRS. SCHLANGER and Daughter 




MR. & MRS. NUSSEN and Daughter 




DR. & MRS. WHITEHALL 




DR. ALTMAN 




DANA BAKE SHOP 




ABE'S DAIRY 






Maiel Tov and Best Wishes 




Congratulations to 


BEVERLY 

Upon Your Graduation 




ESTELLE FABER 


MOM, DAD, HELENE and ROBBIE 






TO 




Maiel Tov to Our Daughter 


ESTHER 




BETH 


Wishing you success and happiness 

In all your endeavors 

Love, 




MR. & MRS. WM. L. FEINERMAN 


UNCLE JERRY, AUNT HANNAH 








MITCHELL, RONNIE and DOV 






Congratulations to 




Our Best Wishes to 


SUZIE 




FELICE KAHN 


and Her Fellow Graduates 


»ттт^Г 


MR. & MRS. WERNER NEUMANN 


MAJESTIC ACRES 








Princeton, N. J. 


To Our Lovable 






L 


Congratulations and Best Wishes to 




\ LINDA 


VIVIAN 




May she climb the highest ladder of success 




—Щ^Ш 


With all our love and blessings. 
~~ LIL and CHIC 


MR. & MRS. NATHAN EVANS 



"It's you silly girls who've driven 
me to this." 



"I'm sure Linda's in here some- 
where!'" 



Congratulations to 

SUZIE 

and Her Graduating Class 
MR. & MRS. L. WALLACH 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 



MIRIAM 



MOM, DAD and BASHEVA 



Congratulations to 

LINDA HORWITZ 

GURIN & LEVEY, INC. 
6 Madison Lane New York, N. Y. 



EMPIRE KOSHER POULTRY, Inc. 

The Most Trusted Name in Kosher Poultry 
Mifflintown, Penna. 



Congratulations to Our Granddaughter 

BETH FEINERMAN 

M. D. ZIMMER AND CO. 
MR. & MRS. JACOB KASSNER 



Congratulations to 

ESTELLE FABER 

and Her Classmates 
On Their Graduation 



In Honor of 

ESTA COHEN 

Maiel Tov and Best Wishes 
CELIA & MURRAY GROSSBARD 




To Our Dear Daughter 

NEZAH 

est Wishes for Happiness and Success 
MOMMY, DADDY and YEHUDA 



GEFEN'S 
DAIRY RESTAURANT, Inc. 

Home Cooking 
Closed Saturdays and Jewish Holidays 

297 SEVENTH AVENUE 
WA 4-1977 New York 1, N. Y. 



Maiel Toy to 

SHONNY 

Upon Her Graduation 

ABBA, IMA AHI and ZIVY 

SHLOMIT and STANLEY 



"Yet there shall be heard in the dwellings of 
Yehuda and at the gates of Jerusalem the Voices 
of Joy" of the graduates of Y.U.H.S.G.M. among 
them our Daughter 

MONICA 

Congratulations from the 
GRABIES and GRANDMA KANTOR 



•"'3 mm тзтпкт inrnV 

KOK ,KÜK 



"I'm gonna grow so big!" 




"I'm the one who knows for sure." 




Maiel Toy to 


Congratulations to 




DEBBY 


LINDA GALIN 

M. & S. TRUCKING COMPANY 




THE GANZEH MESHPUCHA 


552 Eighth Avenue 




Congratulations to My Sister 


Maiel Tov and Best Wishes 


LEAH 


To Our Daughter and Sister 




In Memory of Our Father SAM SIEBENBERG 


LEAH 




NAOMI SIEBENBERG 


ROSY SIEBENBERG and NAOMI 




Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
Our Loving Daughter and Sister 

MIRIAM 

REV. & MRS. CHAIM PANUSH 


Maiel Tov to 

JUDY and SHEILA 

ZIPPO MFG. CO. 


DON, BEN-ZION, BETH and DAVID 


351-353 Atlantic Avenue 




Maiel Tov and Good Wishes to 


Congratulations to 


BEVERLY 


SHIRLEY 




irom Her Grandparents 


and All Her Friends 




MAMA RIVKA and PAPA FAIVEL 


MOM, DAD and DONNIE 




Maiel Tov and Best Wishes 


Good Luck to 


ROSE 


BELLA 




On Your Graduation 


from Her Loving Parents 




MR. & MRS. CHINSKY 


CANTOR & MRS. JACOB HASS 




Best Wishes to 

LINDA 

For Her Future 
L. SONDHEIM 


Congratulations to 

ESTA 
KOL TOV GLAT KOSHER CATERERS 


80 Ft. Washington Avenue 


798 Lydig Avenue Bronx, N. ' 


r. 


To Our Dear 


Best Wishes and Lots of Luck 


EDNA 


To My Granddaughter 




With Best Wishes and Good Luck 


ESTHER 




MR. & MRS. LEON SALES 


Love, OPA 




Maiel Tov and Best Wishes 


Best Wishes to 


To Our Dear 


BRENDA 




SUZIE 


Upon Her Graduation 




MOMMY, DADDY and HARRY 


MOM, POP and BROTHER 




Best Wishes to You 


Best Wishes to 


FELICE 


FRANCES DIENSTAG 




On Your Road to Success 


On Her Graduation 




ANN and TOBI SHAPIRO 


SALOMON HUTTERER 





The friendly rebbetzin has done 
it again! 



Congratulations and Mazel Tov to 

RACHELLE and HARRIET 

MR. & MRS. I. LANDES 



Congratulations and Mazel Tov 

PENNY 

DADDY, MOMMY, ESTHER, SHIRA 



Maiel Tov to 

LINDA STERN 

and Her Classmates 
MR. & MRS. HUGO WEINBERG 



Congratulations to 

HANNAH 

MR. & MRS. CARL MARCUS 



The Squadrons Congratulate 

SHARON SELLER 

On Her Graduation 



Best of Everything to 

SHONNY 

and Her Classmates 

UNCLE JACK, AUNT MICKEY, 
AUDREY and MICHAEL 



Compliments of 

RABBI & MRS. MORRIS J. BESOIN 



Good Luck to 

ESTHER GRUENSPECHT 

MR. & MRS. JULIUS MAYER 



Maiel Tov to 

SHELLY HECHT 

MOM & DAD 



B'nai Akiva, L'olam, L'olam, 
L'olam . . . 



Mazel Tov to 

RACHELLE and HARRIET 
RABBI & REBBITZEN S. LAUFER 




Mazel Tov to 

JUDY and SHEILA 

MOM, DAD and MERV 



Congratulations, 

SARAH-NADE 

GRANDMA TESS 



Mazel and Bracha to 

CYNTHIA 

MOMMY, DADDY, JUDY & DAVID 



Congratulations, 

SARI 



DADDY, MOMMY, REBECCA, AMY, 
CARALEA, ADAM, HARRY 



Best Wishes to 

SUZIE 

I. & S. JERSEY EGGS 
Church Rd. Toms River, N. J. 



Best Wishes to 

DEENA 

MOM, DAD 
YUSSIE, DUVI, LORI and CHANI 



Best Wishes to 

BRENDA 

and Her Classmates 
MR. & MRS. A. WEISS 

Congratulations to 

FRANCES DIENSTAS 
S. L HUS 



"Note this month's fold-out and 
its, er-r-r . . . economic implica- 
tions." 





On a trip? 



Compliments of 



"THE BESOIN CLAN" 



In Honor of 

TEMI WILLIG 

LEONARD N. WILLIG 
666 West End Avenue 

Mazel Tov and Hatilacha to 

NAOMI 

MR. & MRS. ARNOLD LIEBMAN 
ESTHER and ANNETTE 



Congratulations 

JACKIE 

Love, 
MOM, DAD, LOUIS, CEIL, MARY 



In Honor of 

TAMAR WILLIG 

Hatziâcha Rabba 
RABBI & MRS. MOSHE WEISS and Family 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our 

REBECCA 

THE WEISS FAMILY 



Best of Luck to 

RACHELLE and HARRIET 

MR. & MRS. HARTMAN, ROCHEL and ESTHER 



THE KONNER FAMILY 

Jersey City 




Congratulations to our Great-Niece 

BETH FEINERMAN 

MR. & MRS. M. J. ZIMMER 



"Always scratching your left ear 
with your right hind leg." 



Congratulations to 

ESTA GAIL COHEN 

from Her Family Doctor 
Best Wishes and Good Luck to 

FRANCES DIENSTAG 
M. SCHIFF 



Mazel Tov to Our Dear Daughter 

ТЕМ! 

Upon Her Graduation 
RABBI & MRS. JEROME WILLIG 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For a Successful Future to 

FRIEDA WIETSCHNER 

K. & p. TEXTILE CO., INC. 



Mazel Tov to 

RACHELLE and HARRIET 

MR. & MRS. H. TEICHMAN 
and Brother 



Mazel Tov to 

VIVIAN 
MR. & MRS. EITAN BEN-DAVID 



Mazel Tov to 

PENNY 

from BUBBI 
Congratulations to Our Daughter 

ANN 

and Her Classmates 
MR. & MRS. MARMOR and MARK 



Congratulations 

REBECCA 

Upon Your Graduation 
Love, UNCLE FELIX & AUNT MATILDA 



'Same to you, Gershinsky." 



Lots of Love to My Sister 

DEENA 

CHANI-MALKA 



Maiel Tov 

EMILIE 

MOM & DAD 
SHARON. HELENKA, ELLY 

Mezel Tov to 
THE CLASS OF 1967 

MAHADRIM BUTCHER SHOP 

MR. OESTREICHER 



Compliments of 

DR. & MRS. SYDNEY P. WIENER 



F. DAVE BLY 



For All Your Insurance 
262 Main Street Paterson, N. J. 



SIDNEY STERN & JOE KAHAN 

Meat and Poultry Market 
67-19 Austin Street 



MEAL MART 

Your Personal Chef 
Glatt Kosher 



The Best Cooks in New York 
Are Serving 

MANISCHEWITZ 
NEW BEEF SOUPS 



H. TEICHMAN 

MEAT & POULTRY MARKET 
2385 Broadviay New York, N. Y. 10024 



SIEGFRIED HOMBURGER 

Insurance Broker 
275 Fort Washington Avenue 




LANDER'S FISH MARKET 

740 Lydig Avenue 
Bronx, N. Y. 



ROYAL MILLS, INC. 

122 Fifth Avenue 
New York, N. Y. 1001 I 



PARKSIDE PLAZA 

GLAH KOSHER CATERING 

56 East Mt. Eden Avenue 

Bronx, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

THE YEARBOOK STAFF 

and 

THE CLASS OF '67 



Congratulations to 

ESTHER ORENSTEIN 

and the Class of '67 

SAMUEL OBERMAN INSURANCE CO. 

RHEUMAN BROS. ZIPPER MFG. 



ROBAK FURNITURE SHOWROOMS 

92 Market Street 
Paterson, N. J. 



Best Wishes to 

FRANCES DIENSTAG 

M. ZAMES 

HERMAN LISS 

General Agent 

Columbian Mutual Life Insurance Co 

2315 Broadway at 84th Street 



Genius at work. 





"Sure, you're a rabbi, and I'm 
President of the U.S." 



Best Wishes 



Linda — Mr. & Mrs. I. Lindner 
Linda— Mr. & Mrs. S. Rodkin 
Linda — Orchard Fabric Center 
Linda — Friedman & Klein Butcher 
Sharon— Mr. & Mrs. D. Geller 
Sharon— Mr. & Mrs. R. Metchik 
Sharon — Mr. & Mrs. J. Metchik 
Shonny — Joseph Katz 
Bev — Mom, Dad, Mimi, Bubi 
Kaufman & Clausen Decorators 

Bev — House of Furs 
Anna — Edingers 

H. Hollander, O.D. 

Ann — Mom, Dad, Noë 

Monica — Lidsky Family 

Monica — Morris Kantor 

Monica — The Koplens 

Margie — Mom, Dad, Steve 

Margie — Bernhard Pater 

Ullman's Wholesale Meat Prod. Co. 

Dorit — Mom, Dad, Estie 

Olympic Pharmacy 

Pass Restaurant & Delicatessen 




Sarah — Esther Wouk 

Suzie — Mr. & Mrs. S. Sivergate 

David & Ruth Loebenberg 

Neiah — From a Friend 

Nezah — Drs. Suchoff & Kouner 

Nezah — Barton's 

Esta — Jacobson's Bakery 

Esta — Surrey Jewelry 

Beth — ^Gurzinsky Family 

Sy's Meat & Poultry 

Samuel Cohen & Sons 

Bradley Barter Shop 

Shirley — Herman Geller 

Shirley — SIgmund Bornstein 

Judy & Sheila — Max Tauber & Family 

Judy & Sheila— Uncle Jack & Aunt Rose 

Judy & Sheila — 

Mr. & Mrs. Meyer Greenblatt 

Judy & Sheila — Mr. & Mrs. Meyer 

Neet Cleaners & Dyers 

Schnitzler Gla+t Kosher Meats 

Dr. Marvin Finkelstein, Optometrist 

Barrett Cleaners, Inc. 

Rachelle & Harriet— Aunt & Uncle 



All made of ticky-tacky 
All look just the same. 



... no matter what shape your 
stomach's in . . . 



Mazel Toy 




Gerri — Kamins Family 

Ann — Pearl Loebel 

J. & S. Fisch Knitwear 

Sam's Knitwear 

Junie — Omi & Opi 

Miriam — Sam & Ann Weiss 

Miriam — Frances & Leon Bloom 

Miriam — Frieda Kalikstein 

Miriam — Aunt Jessie & Uncle Sam 

Schneider's Meat Market, Inc. 

Sarah — Mr. & Mrs. A. Meizlik & Family 

Leah — Dr. Weiss 

Vivian — Mr. & Mrs. J. Herzog 

H. Bienstock Fine Jewelry 

Tamar — Mr. & Mrs. M. Barnett 

Tamar — Mr. & Mrs. H. Willig Family 

Hatzlacha Rabah Temi 

Temi — Kallsh's & Wertheim's 

Temi — A Friend 

Jerusalem Meat Market 

Frieda — Mr. Jacoby 

Frieda — Mom, Dad, Ruth 

Bella — Mala, Ita, Sarah, Leah 



Daniel's Shoe Service 

Brenda— Mr. & Mrs. J. Kraft 

Brenda — Dr. & Mrs. Weissman 

N. Uberstine 

Helen — Rozie, Adolph, Charlie 

Helen — Mr. & Mrs. M. Friedman 

Helen — From a Friend 

Helen — Mr. & Mrs. A. Amsel 

Helen — Mr. & Mrs. E. Smilovic 

L. J. Stern Kosher Cakes 

Julius Stern Strictly Kosher Meat 

Hannah — Mr. & Mrs. J. Huberland 

Selma — Her Parents 

Shifra — The Starret+s 

Shifra— M. & M. Meat Co. 

Felice — Oma Martha 

Beverly — A. Massarsky, D.D.S. 

Gerri — Mr. & Mrs. L. Weiss 

Gerri — Leslie Mintz 

Esther & Annette Liebman 

Gerri — Mr. & Mrs. V. Weiss 

Gerri — Uncle Leon & Aunt Eva 

Gerri — Grandma 



A helping hand. 




You can keep your "tired, your 
poor, your huddled masses." 



Congratulations 



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Linda Stern — Mom, Dad, & Beaty 
Linda Stern — Aunt Edith, Uncle Gus 
Linda — Mr. & Mrs. Norbert May 
Leopold Landenberger 
Rachelle & Harriet — Mr. & Mrs. Schwartz 
Harriet & Rachelle— Mr. & Mrs. Alter 
Harriet & Rachelle— Mr. & Mrs. Kallus 
The Twins — The Polskys 
Rachelle and Harriet — Cousins 
Rachelle & Harriet — Mr. & Mrs. Schmaltz 
Twins — Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kesselbrenner 
Rachelle — Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Jacoby 
S. Stanley Deutsch, D.D.S. 
A. Rick & Sons 
Sarah — Mr. & Mrs. Bresclauer 
Sarah — Henry Messing 
Messing's Washerette 
Raymond Romaner, Jersey City 
^1 Sarah — Mr. & Mrs. Schwartz 

Sarah — Mr. & Mrs. Morris Shulman 
Dr. Frank Bernstein 
Wein and Wein 
Rosen Bros. 



Sholem Friedman, Glatt Kosher Butcher 

Rose — Abraham & Chana Sobel 

Rose — Dr. Feinberg 

Rose — Dr. Weiss 

Rose — Meltone Fabrics 

Rose — Mr. Jacoby 

Penny — Esther and Shira 

Deena — I. Goldberg and Sons 

Deena — Stanley's Fish Store 

Deena — George's Custom Upholstery 

David, Heshy, Jondy, Marshall, Mike 

Willie's Food Mart 

Jackie — Aunt Mildred & Uncle Seymour 

Jackie — Aunt Pearl & Uncle Nat 

Jackie' — The Redheaded Doctor 

Kissena Summer Program 

Milton Goldstein, D.D.S. 

Judy — Mom, Dad, Philip 

Emil Moskowitz, Glatt Meat Products 

Leah — Wertheimer Family 

Saul's Haberdashers 

Terilene Photographers 

Jan Rowe Cosmetics, Inc. 



"Feldgreber, if I were your boss 
I wouldn't hire you for typing. 




Senior Directory 



Aber, Sari — 10 Grandview Avenue, Monsey, N.Y. — 914 - EL 6-2596 

Abraham, Hannah— 27 West 86th Street, New York 24, N.Y.— TR 4-1905 

Berger, Nezah— 2071 Walton Avenue, Bronx 57, N.Y.— FO 7-8869 

Besdin, Pcnina— 82-46 Lefferts Blvd., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y.— HI 1-1529 

Bornstein, Hindy— 117-06 Park Lane So., Kew Gardens 15, N.Y.— VI 7-1046 

Bronner, Bracha— 801 West End Avenue, New York 25, N.Y.— RI 9-6309 

Charner, Adinah— 108-43 70th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— BO 3-8687 

Cohen, Esta— 1649 Nelson Avenue, Bronx 53, N.Y.— TR 2-1094 

Cohen, Rise— 418 Central Park West, New York 25, N.Y.— RI 9-2080 

Dienstag, Frances— 108-29 67th Avenue, Forest Hills, N.Y.— LI 4-8536 

Ehrman, Esther— 650 West End Avenue, New York 24, N.Y.— TR 4-6745 

Faber, Estelle— 102-31 62nd Drive, Forest Hills, N.Y,— 592-4594 

Feinerman, Beth— 430 East 6th Street, New York 9, N.Y.— GR 3-4381 

Feldgreber, Shirley— 399 East 32nd Street, Paterson 4, N.J.— (201) 271-2130 

Frankel, Judith— 235 West 71st Street, New York 23, N.Y.— 799-3450 

Frankel, Sheila— 235 West 71st Street, New York 23, N.Y.— 799-3450 

Furst, Malka— 2208 Woodhull Avenue, Bronx 69, N.Y.— TU 2-3660 

Galin, Linda— 150 West 174th Street, Bronx 53, N.Y.— CY 9-4219 

Geller, Sharon— 72-87 Yellowstone Blvd., Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— BO 8-6698 

Gershinsky, Shoshana— 20 Laurel Hill Terrace, New York 33, N.Y.— WA 7-0877 

Goldsmith, Beverly— 1605 Townsend Avenue, Bronx 52, N.Y.— 583-6419 

Goldstein, Phyllis— 45-41 39th Place, Long Island City, N.Y.— EX 2-3705 

Goldwasser, Anna — 1460 Grand Concourse, Bronx, N.Y. — JE 6-0683 

Grabie, Monica— 101-06 67th Drive, Forest Hills, N.Y.— 275-6807 

Gruenspecht, Esther— 825 West 187th Street, New York 33, N.Y.— WA 8-6485 

Gumpertz, Dorit— 150-38 76th Road, Flushing 67, N.Y.— 523-0174 

Green, Marjorie — 231 Hempstead Garden Drive, West Hempstead 52, N.Y. — (516) 

IV 5-2282 
Haller, Rae— 201 East Mt. Eden Avenue, Bronx 57, N.Y.— 583-1749 
Hass, Bella— 2893 Heath Avenue, Bronx 63, N.Y.— 884-1961 
Hecht, Rochelle— 1495 Morris Avenue, Bronx 57, N.Y.— TR 8-7244 
Herzberg, Miriam— 890 East 6th Street, New York 9, N.Y.— CA 8-9287 
Hirschheimer, Brenda— 723 West 177th Street, New York 33, N.Y.— LO 8-0235 
Honig, Helen— 131 East 169th Street, Bronx 52, N.Y.— JE 7-8708 
Horwitz, Linda— Highview Road, Monsey, N.Y.— 914 - EL 6-4329 
Huberland, Hannah— 105 Arden Street, New York 40, N.Y.— LO 7-2452 
Huhnenberg, Selma— 520 West 190 Street, New York 40, N.Y.— LO 8-8248 
Kahan, Shifra— 1005 Walton Avenue, Bronx, N.Y.— JE 8-7993 
Kahn, Felice— 4525 Henry Hudson Parkway, Riverdale, N.Y.— 884-3302 



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Klein, Emilie— 138-47 78th Road, Flushing 67, N.Y.— AX 7-8261 
Kraushar, Judi— 327 Central Park West, New York 23, N.Y.— MO 3-3194 
Lampert, Susan— 65-41 Saunders Street, Rego Park 74, N.Y.— TW 7-2246 
Lermer, Ann— 140 West 176th Street, Bronx 53, N.Y.— 587-2627 
Liebman, Naomi— 339 19th Avenue, Paterson, N.J.— (201) 278-3896 
Marcus, Beverly— 8901 Fifth Avenue, North Bergen, N.J.— (201) 869-6438 
Margolies, Malka— 75 Pascack Avenue, Emerson, N.J.— (201) 262-2815 
Markovitz, Géraldine— 88 Sixth Street, Clifton 11, N.J.— (201) 478-2629 
Marmor, Ann— 577 Grand Street, New York 2, N.Y.— OR 7-9375 
Messinger, June— 3530 Henry Hudson Parkway, Riverdale 63, N.Y.— KI 9-3784 
Orenstein, Esther— 3304 91st Street, Jackson Heights 72, N.Y.— IL 7-1936 
Panush, Miriam — 1472 Montgomery Avenue, Bronx 53, N.Y. — TR 8-1056 
Ramras, Suzie— 1101 Lakewood Road, Toms River, N.J.— (201) 349-2302 
Rosenfeld, Varda— 666 West 162nd Street, New York 32, N.Y.— LO 8-9865 
Rubin, Sarah- 108-31 63rd Road, Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— IL 9-6813 
Sales, Edna— 545 West End Avenue, New York 24, N.Y.— TR 3-2242 
Saperstein, Sandy— 140-04 69th Road, Flushing 67, N.Y.— LI 4-2766 
Schleifer, Rachelle— 69-39 Loubet Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— LI 4-2764 
Schraub, Elain— 455 F.D.R. Drive, New York 2, N.Y.— OR 7-8779 
Shurin, Sarah— 70 Wayne Street, Jersey City 2, N.J.— (201) 434-4565 
Siebenberg, Leah— 325 Riverside Drive, New York 25, N.Y.— RI 9-6097 
Singer, Cynthia— 455 F.D.R. Drive, New York 2, N.Y.— 982-8838 
Sobel, Rose— 96-20 67th Avenue, Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— 263-5036 
Spenciner, Penny— 79-12 209th Street, Flushing 64, N.Y.— 465-4021 
Stein, Deena— 266 East Broadway, New York 2, N.Y.— AL 4-1683 
Stern, Linda— 82 Wadsworth Terrace, New York 40, N.Y.— WA 8-8681 
Teichman, Harriet— 60 Cooper Street, New York 34, N.Y.— LO 9-2728 
Teichman, Rachelle— 60 Cooper Street, New York 34, N.Y.— LO 9-2728 
Wadler, Jacquehne-l 44-28 Jewel Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y.— BO 3-0614 
Wahl, Judy— 308 West 97th Street, New York 25, N.Y.— AC 2-9770 
Weinfeld, Ziporah— 1020 Grand Concourse, Bronx 51, N.Y.— JE 6-4784 
Weiss, Miriam— 530 F Grand Street, New York 2, N.Y.— GR 5-0251 
Weiss, Rebecca— 41 Lewis Drive, Yonkers, N.Y.— (914) YO 8-5462 
Wertheimer, Leah— 66-37 Burns Street, Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— BO 1-9637 
Wietschner, Frieda— 1865 University Avenue, Bronx 53, N.Y.— TR 8-3495 
Willig, Tamar— 147-32 69th Road, Flushing 67, N.Y.— BO 1-6129 
Wolf, Deborah— 154-10 71st Avenue, Flushing 67, N.Y.— 591-6530 
Young, Vivian— 104-40 Queens Blvd., Forest Hills 75, N.Y.— TW 7-2418 



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